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10+ Ways to Find Inspiration for Freelance Writers, Bloggers or Authors
Are you a freelance writer
? Are you in the process of either thinking about writing your own book, story, novel or even some kind of eBook story like a Kindle book or something? Well, whether you are or you aren't. And you're just a freelance writer or a blogger even! And you are often staring a blank article submission form wondering, what the bloody hell can I write about!? Or, you're thinking, how in cold hell can I come up with something? Well that's because you can't find any inspiration!
isn't a bird! You can hold your hand out with breadcrumbs in it but the chances are those birds still wont come and land on your hand. They're too careful and know that humans eat them for food. So you need to take a large net with you, throw some crumbs on the ground and swoop them up when they land. That's how it is with finding writing inspiration! You can't just wait for it to come to you! You'll be dead and buried before that happens. What you need to do is go out and find it!
However, sometimes in life, inspiration can be found in other ways. And to help with that, I've put together a series of posts that shows you 10+ Ways to Find Inspiration for Writing, Being a Freelance Writer or Book Author
. And if you're a freelance writer, author or blogger that's looking for inspiration for writing check that series out starting with that first post.
We've put together a really good series that is great to read and should be really helpful too!
Containing topics like;
- Find Inspiration for Writing, Being a Freelance Writer or Author by Watching Movies!
- Listening to Music to Find Writing Inspiration for Freelance Writers and Authors
- 10+ Ways to Find Inspiration for Writing: Scratching Beneath the Surface
- 10+ Ways to Find Inspiration for Writing: Feelings People's Pain Deeply
And several more that should make for some great, inspiring, helpful reading if you fall into this category!
So check out the first post in a small series on WordClerks
and be sure to check the rest. I'm sure that, even if you skim them, you'll come away with something that will go on to make you a better, smarter, more successful, more accomplished freelance writer, author and/or blogger!