You might be an artist, you might be a gardener, you might be a mom, or run a business. But, if you are reading this, chances are, you are also a blogger. You are a writer.
Where do you get your inspiration? Do you have a place where you go to put the words together?
Oprah (www.oprah.com) recently featured 5 legendary writers and where their words came to life.
* Flannery O’Connor- “Good Country People”- her Georgia dairy farm, Andalusia Farm, inspired much of her stories.
* William Faulkner – “A Fable”- the text was shellacked like a wallpaper border to his bedroom wall – much to the consternation of his wife!
* Eudora Welty – “The Optimist’s Daughter”- wrote next to a window, seated at a simple table and typewriter, facing her secretary with its multitude of neat cubbyholes.
*Edgar Allan Poe – “The Black Cat” -his basement, eerie as you would expect it to be, perfectly replicated in his works.
*Edith Wharton -“House of Mirth”-her many works written in the morning, before even getting out of bed. Inspiration came from gazing out her window at a panoramic view of a manicured and gentile landscape.
Leave a comment – where do your thoughts come to life ? Is there a special spot in your home where thoughts flow, or is there just a pad by the bedside, or are random thoughts on scattered scraps of paper scribbled as they hit you?
All is well at Mountain Meadows tonite…………………………..
“Your memories are like the colors in paints, but you must arrange them.”———Willa Cather