Writers, how do you get "in the mood" to write?

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Re: Writers, how do you get "in the mood" to write?

Postby sandyQ » Wed Aug 14, 2019 10:17 am

I just write whatever my perverted twisted strange mind comes up with.
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Re: Writers, how do you get "in the mood" to write?

Postby Borealis » Wed Aug 14, 2019 12:42 pm

I have almost constant writers block, yet I somehow manage to scrape together a few ideas into a story now and then.

I find that going on a long walk helps a lot. As in, hillwalking and hiking rather than walking around town. Take a tiny notebook too just in case! Also, I find that tidying my apartment helps me focus afterwards as well. If I spruce it up in the morning I'm often itching to get out the drawing pencils or put some words on the page in the afternoon if I'm having a lazy day. I'm a big believer of your environment making you feel more relaxed and content.
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Re: Writers, how do you get "in the mood" to write?

Postby fixated1 » Wed Aug 14, 2019 3:28 pm

Just write is about the best advice. The first sentence or two is the hardest part. Another thing to try is write it badly. Don't concern yourself with getting it perfect on the first go. It's easier to go back and fix things than to write like Hemingway on your first attempt.
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Re: Writers, how do you get "in the mood" to write?

Postby Noxyoursox » Wed Aug 14, 2019 9:54 pm

I write best when I'm writing on paper, mostly because I'm less concerned about making little nitpicky edits as I go, and because I don't have all the distractions that computers provide. Plus, you can take a notebook and pencil/pen *anywhere*. I also am a master of procrastination...which I can actually use to my advantage! XD Basically, if there's something I need to do but don't want to do right now, it's easier for me to do other things (like writing) instead of the thing that I'm avoiding. When it comes down to it though, the most important thing is to sit down and word vomit whatever comes to mind onto the page, and worry about sorting out the mess afterward. The absolute hardest part of writing is the blank page, so start by making it not blank, even if what you write is silly or bad or irrelevant.
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Re: Writers, how do you get "in the mood" to write?

Postby SamWamm » Fri Aug 23, 2019 3:51 am

normally i get inspiration while i'm making love to someone.

if it's really good i may have to stop for a while to write down bullet points before going back to love making.
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