3 Tips To Get Away From Your Keyboard and Into Your Story

I’ve written about my need to ‘stew‘ in my story in greater detail here. I know this isn’t the most effective process for everyone, but for me, sometimes getting away from the actual process of writing can help me to develop my story much more quickly, and effectively. Here are three tips to get away from your keyboard and into your story:

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Refilling Your Creative Tanks


Refilling Your Creative Tanks R.S. Mollison-Read

I read an article a few months ago, about the creative process of Joss Whedon, who is the brilliant mind behind such cult classics as Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Dollhouse, and my personal favourite, Firefly. The article is very interesting, but one quote in particular really stuck with me. Whedon said:

“Fill the tanks, fill the tanks, fill the tanks. Constantly watching things, and things you don’t normally watch. Step outside your viewing zone, your reading zone. It’s all fodder, but if you only take from one thing, then it’ll show.”

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