Changing perspective

Sometimes, that’s all it takes. If I’m stuck, I take my laptop and move to a different part of the house. Seems simple enough, right?

Unless you don’t have a laptop. If that’s the case, or if you’re occasionally like me and changing locales still doesn’t give you any new ideas, try going back to pen and paper for awhile. I did the other day, and it really let me relax and finish a scene I’d been working on. I tried writing in the bath, though, which didn’t work out as well as I’d hoped. Now I need to find some kind of floating writing desk.


One thought on “Changing perspective

  1. I was just talking about this with someone, earlier. For the life of me, I can’t work on paper – I just end up with a page of scribbles. But very occasionally, when a blank MS Word page is refusing to go away and the glow of my laptop screen is giving me a headache, I’ll switch to a pen and a notebook, and suddenly the words come flying out.

    Weird how these things work.

    Also, just wanted to say that I did get – and reply to – your e-mail the other day, in case you never got my response :). I hope your inbox hasn’t eaten it, lol.

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