The Gates of Dream, by Xeeming on deviantart.com
n.1. A record of what passes in the night; a nightly journal; – distinguished from diary.
If you could see the future, would you write it down to remember? If you could see the past, would it be important to record it? If you saw honestly, would you want it inscribed, so it would last forever? If you could record your dreams, would you?
The answer, for me, is a resounding yes to all of these questions. But then comes the next question, why? Why would you want to record your dreams? (more…)
June 15, 2015 | Categories: Dreams, Old-fashioned words, Writing | Tags: brainstorming, dream journal, dreams, inspiration, noctuary, writing process | Leave a comment
Day after day the endless flow powers the clockwork machinery. Music flows through the gears of creativity, inspiring great stories. Picture courtesy of Pinterest (credit: The Time Machine, by Dmitriy Filippov)
Music goes hand in hand with creativity like applesauce goes with pancakes. Every author has their own music that they depend on when they build their worlds. Here is a glimpse into a few of the songs that inspired The Hidden History of Oz series, and what makes them so great. (more…)
December 20, 2013 | Categories: Author's Vision | Tags: creativity, inspiration, music | Leave a comment