Thursday, September 10, 2009

Sept 10

I am out and about today, having lunch with fellow author Marin Thomas. I can't stress enough the importance of getting out of the office. It helps to "fill the well" so to speak. To get out into the real world allows the creative mind to relax a bit. Sometimes you'll see something that stirs the imagination and helps you through the next scene or that tough bit you were working on or even spurs the next book idea. so, please schedule some down time at least once a month. It's good for the soul. Cheers!

1 comment:

  1. Nancy, you give such wonderful advice. I've noticed the empty-well syndrome with my writing too. If I'm at it too long, my creativity starts going dry and the story turns all blah. Breaks are good. I hope yours went well.