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I find writer brains fascinating. So much activity goes on inside them.
Here is my list of what I believe to be inside a writer’s brain.
- W.I.P Lobe. This is where you store all information, emotions, feelings, plot structures and characters relating to your current creative project. Depending on where you are at with your project, this part of your mind can either be a busy place with the lights on or it can be quiet, deserted and dark.
- Past Work LobeThis is where you store all your thoughts, emotions, bad memories and characters relating to your past stories or previous creative projects. It is a great place to wander through when you are bored or desperate for inspiration. You might find that old characters wander out of this area and into the W.I.P lobe whenever they feel like it.
- Spare Character Lobe.This contains all…
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