Read What Inspires You to Write


Check out this post from the Novelty Revisions Blog that tells us to Read What Inspires You to Write

Meg Dowell Writes

It happens to me almost every single time I read a YA book.

As soon as I finish it, I aggressively fight the urge to start writing a new YA book.

I mean, there’s a reason I have neither written nor read as much as I would have liked to at this point in my life. Sometimes I have to take a YA reading hiatus because, well, it’s just going to give me too many book ideas. More than I can handle for the time being, anyway.

Still, it’s not the worst thing in the world to realize you have too many ideas and not nearly enough time.

I always say you should never go looking for inspiration. That doesn’t mean you can’t make an effort to create the ideal environment for it to blossom.

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