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Okay, so this was an obvious one, too. But let’s face it, our imaginations are the hearts and souls of our writing. They are what takes an author from some mundane event to an epic novel of suspense and intrigue. How many times have novels been inspired by something simple that an author took to fabulous and outrageous heights? Without that ability to see the possibilities – the could-have-beens and might-bes, we would be pretty boring people. But our imaginations allow us to soar into new and fascinating lives and worlds.

Something I tell my Theatre students is that their only limits are their own imaginations. I firmly believe that. So, don’t be afraid to step into the Light of Imagination. Take that extra step away from the norm and think out of the box. Let your own imagination guide you, whether it’s as simple as making up a nighttime tale to a child or writing that book you always wanted to write or painting that picture you see behind closed lids.

Let your imagination run wild!

 

What will tomorrow’s word be? Come back for the letter “I” in the challenge.

Be sure to check out the rest of the cool blogs in the challenge!  A to Z Challenge.

  6 Responses to “A to Z Challlenge – I is for Imagination”

  1. This is such a great reminder to exercise our
    Imaginations. I think we get so stuck trying to get it done that we forget just
    how much better it could be if we
    call on our imaginations.

  2. Here for the A to Z Challenge. Fun meeting new people and sampling all the blogs out there. Hope you are enjoying it as much as I am. Imagination, yes, paramount! I drew the letter “I” and wrote about “Improvement” of writing skills as you evolve as a writer.
    Caryn @writeonsisters.com

    • Hi Caryn and welcome to my blog. Yes, this has been a blast so far. Improvement is another good “I” word, but there were several good ones!

  3. My imagination got me through life as well as writing.

    Rhi
    scruffy-duck.net // Welsh Bloggers

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