Inspiration to Write
A Reason to Write: Words are powerful. They can change attitudes and destinations, influence how one views a situation, or how one completes a project. A writer has as many reasons to write as a reader has to read.
Literary Creation: A writer's view of the world is quite different from that of others. In his eyes small details and otherwise unnoticed events become highlighted and transform themselves into words not necessarily fitting the image that was seen. The imagination is unleashed and refuses to acknowledge boundaries.
Writing a Recipe Article: Everyone has a family recipe that receives compliments each time it is served. This is the perfect recipe to share online. Next time you are cooking keep your camera by your side and snap photos as you prepare your work of art. People love to discover a new or unique dish they can prepare for their family and yours just may be an online hit.
Writing Children's Poetry: Rhythm and rhyme are the ideal ingredients to grab a child's attention. A rhythmic beat is relatable no matter what your age may be. Poems don't have to make sense, they just have to be fun.
Writer's Prompt: A prompt can be a picture, image, word, or phrases that stimulates a person to write. Writing prompts are generally short sentences designed to stir a writer's imagination and bring ideas for new articles, editorials, or books.
Heart of a Writer: A writer's memories are saved on small bits of paper to be tossed aside to be reclaimed on another day. These small notes and writing prompts to be later used in the creation of new articles, editorials, and books.