A quick welcome!
As of late, we've gained a lot of new members and watchers. We're up at 50, ladies and gentlemen, and that's a promising number for us
. I'm glad that so many have found this group and likes it enough to join it. The ones of you who joined the group early in it's time, you'll know that I posted a "welcome message" on your profile in the comments soon after you joined. Unfortunately, with me as a founder being so absent lately, that tradition vanished. There are a whole of 36 new members who have not got this welcome comment from me, and as to not seem weird to those who joined long ago, I will not post that comment. Sorry for this!
dAuthor of Tomorrow continues!
The first part of the author's guide to creating a story, the one on inspiration, is up! Don't miss it — go read it right away in the gallery or follow the link below. I promise you that you will find something useful inside.
dAoT: Finding your inspirationIn this part we'll be going through the importance of finding the right inspiration for writing, what types of inspiration can be helpful for writing different kinds of situations and getting in the right mood and how to renew those inspirational sources. We'll also go through all of the inspirational sources known to me, to hopefully help you find what works best for you and try out new ways for releasing the most creative parts of you.
So, let's begin!
Inspiration is key
Every artist gets inspiration from somewhere, even if they don't even know where. If they weren't inspired, there would be no paintings, books, movies or games. There would be no art! Inspiration can be described as the key to unlocking all the rooms in your mind which contains ideas, will, abilities and even happiness. We need those keys, or else life as we know it would not exist. That's how important it is!
Now, inspiration can be taken from