Three popular posts about fueling your writing through journaling
I was on a reorganizing binge recently and realized I had way too many notebooks, even for me, a notebookaholic. They’re full of notes from writing workshops and observations about life that I felt compelled to write down in case I could turn them into a story or poem. My next rainy day project is to review them and pull out the ideas to spark some new writing. If you’re like me and love journals, you might like these blog post from our archives.
A twist on the writer’s journal: The commonplace book is another approach to creating a journal.
Writing in a journal is a powerful way to create the bits and pieces that become literature. See how these writers did it.
For excellent tips about using a journal to record our evolution as writers, read, Two great reasons to keep a writing journal.