Creative writing require much imagination to add details to an otherwise one dimensional story. But when faced with writer’s block – Photographs do help…
…a picture is worth a thousand words.
Hints of Spring around the bay area today, reminding me just how much I need a week here to – unwind, and draft up a novel idea or two.
While spending an afternoon in a public library, observing and researching, I wondered whether people read books, or have the attention span anymore to read an entire book. And oddly enough, this article captured my attention.
I don’t know about anyone else, but I feel really down during September. I don’t know what it is about this particular month. But it’s been like this for me ever since I can remember. Perhaps it’s the end to summer, and the long sunny days mostly spent outdoors, or the warm evenings being able to sit outside and gaze up at the sparkling, starry skies.
I could very well be a dreamer, but then what is life without dreaming?
The most that suffers during this sluggish period of mine, is my writing. When I am simply not so interested in formulating any sort of creativeness. However, what I do find peculiar is that the Internet seeming to sense my mood, swiftly pops-up to the right side of my screen, just the perfect encouragement to get me back on course.
I’ve been a fan of Clive Owen for over a decade and recently while I looked him up online to see what he is up to – in terms of an upcoming film or project – and discovered he is doing Theater. Which by the way, is where he initially started his career.