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Wx3 Writing Exercise & Inspiration – How To
It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3.
Step 1 – Clear your mind. Take a deep breath. Relax.
Step 2 – Open a new Word doc, or Notepad page, or grab a piece of paper & a pen.
Step 3 – Look at the picture for 60 seconds & then write whatever comes to you – dialogue, story, log line, idea, concept, emotion, senses, etc..
When you are done…
Save it and put your writing away. Let it seep, brew, stew, and simmer. Next time you need inspiration or an added boost to your current work – you’ll have a file full of these.
And, it will add to your habit of writing – boom!
She’s waiting for someone, but I’m not sure who. She doesn’t seem too happy to be waiting, but not too bothered by it either.
She likes to play old school music, like Johnny Cash. I bet she plays a mean version of “Hurt” and “I Walk The Line.”
She’s a tomboy, to a point. But her nails show she’s trying to impress someone. I bet it’s a boy that she thinks can be something more than a friend. Enter the weird paradox of can guys and girls be friends and nothing more?
It’s warm and you can smell that grassy summer breeze floating through the air. And, when you lay back and look up at the setting sun through those green leaves, it’s like a kaleidoscope of colors. Of life.