Inner Vision.


What is inner vision? Well, it’s different things to different people, depending on what you’re trying to visualise. Perhaps you’ve decided to redecorate a room and try to imagine what it’ll look like when it’s finished. Or perhaps you’ve seen a piece of clothing you like and try to picture yourself wearing it. But what does it mean to a writer?

We try to visualise people, worlds and places and situations we can put our characters in. Sometimes the visions we conjure up are mundane and not worthy of our creative efforts – but when inspiration strikes in the right way, the results can be fantastic!

Using the page as a palette and words as paint, it’s possible to produce a masterpiece that will rock the world. To be able to envisage, to create something unique, is beyond price and if a writer possesses such a gift, it should be nurtured and cherished.

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