The joys of a new story

Like many writers I am always on the alert for something that can become a new story or book. I have several such ideas written up and waiting to get the go so that they can come to fruition.

I am lucky in that I have a good imagination and once I have started to formulate an idea, it quickly grows and deepens into several pages of notes that themselves have greater potential for expansion and start to come alive.

It is very important that as a writer one allows this nurturing phase to develop and go where it will. It doesn’t matter if it looks disjointed or incomplete, the story is forming. What is important is that you write it all down, the flow will come. It can be tidied up later.

I had an idea the other day and I wrote it down on a piece of paper. Now, as it becomes a file on my pc it is nurturing very well. This one may start off as a short story and grow from there, or it may just stop there. Only the story can tell when it is ready.

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About purpleandrew

Andrew, recently diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome is a 54 year old former geologist always had short hair, suited & booted for work. That all changed when the credit crunch hit. Now a complimentary therapist, hospital radio presenter, and writer. Andrew writes crime thrillers, Young Adult, and fantasy books as well as blogging about writing and other stuff that he feels strongly about.
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