Summoning Your Muse

Summoning your Muse Did you know that your brain is hardwired to reply to the questions it's asked? That it won't stop questioning until it receives an answer? Here's how to make that very primitive part of your brain work for you. Nothing summons a writer’s muse like the words, “what if?” Unless, of course, you’ve already answered that question and are obsessively asking yourself, “and then what?” This is when the muse kicks into overdrive. It's when the unconscious revs up and when the mundane suddenly takes on new meaning. You notice things. Your senses sharpen. You pay attention. Write what you know, the experts say. Not always necessary but good advice all the same. After thirty-some

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