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04-25-2003, 06:16 PM
What are moments or when are you most inspired when you write? The same with being uninspired? Is there a time when being uninspired brings out your best in writing, or is it when inspiried? What are things that inspires or unspires you when writing, whether its a book, a letter, on a discussion board, etc?
04-25-2003, 06:36 PM
I tend to always get inspired late at night. This might be the remains of school back in the day, when Id always leave every assignment for 3 o'clock the night before it was due.
Also, if say someone brings up a movie I really liked, I always feel inspired to contribute to that topic, to help boost his oppinion or something.
Other than that, It really depends on the topic.
Politics, Soccer, Hockey, Sex and Movies I can go on and on about whenever wherever if Ive met someone/several people that are on the same level.
04-25-2003, 06:47 PM
I'm inspired whenever something interesting comes up, or in the mood. Also, sometimes when I'm bored, I can get inspired. I also get inspired when looking at an object, thinking about a topic of interest, etc. My writing juices are at their highest and most energetic when I am inspired to write.
04-30-2003, 09:20 PM
I usually get uninspired when there is nothing interesting to think about or when I my writing juices reach near empty after being on a high note.
04-30-2003, 11:33 PM
I seem to be more uninspired than inspired to write these days. I'm finding that when I'm occupied doing other things I tend to put my writing aspirations on the back burner. I'll get back into it when I have something I want to write about. It seems that it has to be something I want to do and not something that I feel I NEED to do. I don't enjoy it much that way. Perhaps that is the wrong approach especially if I want to take my writing seriously. Most writers treat like it's a job; they have to continually write even if they aren't really in the mood to write. I guess that's a good writer's work ethic. :)
Right now, I'm too engrossed in my needle work at the moment then sitting in front of a computer or over a notebook writing. UGH! Something has to break soon.
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