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Where do you gain your most write-able material ?Views: 561
Dec 29, 2008 9:42 pmWhere do you gain your most write-able material ?#

Erica Hidvegi
Thoughts ? Pictures ? from watching a movie and a certain feeling is illicited ? God ? Family ? children--yours and others' ?

From where are you gaining the most valuable 'story' to weave into the tapestry of the "collective consciousness record of human existence" ?

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Dec 14, 2010 4:37 amre: Where do you gain your most write-able material ?#

Manohar Bhatia
Sir,
I get my write-able material from observation.My debut published book:::[The Man With The Magic Spectacles]by sagabooks.net was inspired from a caual visit to a USS library in Mumbai.While browsing through some books,my eyes fell a pictorial book::[National Geographic]I saw many stunning photos of wild life,plants,birds,etc and I wanted to have some duplicate pictures, but the xerox machine was not working and my camera was taken away from me at the security gate by the USS security personnel.So,what should I do?I was wearing my spectacles and a thought flashed my mind,if only my specracles can click those beautiful pictures of nature!

The spy drama around this spectalces unfolded in my mind and the rest is this published book by the Canadian publisher.The book is advertised on amazon.com and anyone can get a copy.Thanks.

Manohar Bhatia.

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Dec 15, 2010 2:06 amre: Where do you gain your most write-able material ?#

Diane Stephenson
Erica:

If the writing is fiction, I think the most inspiring things come just from living my life and interacting in the lives of others. The Bible gives me a great deal of inspiration when I am writing both fiction and spiritual non-fiction. Other books can inspire new ideas also. And of course the nature all around me is a great inspiration. I love to photograph it and also to write descriptions of it to set the scene for my work.

Diane

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Dec 15, 2010 4:56 amre: re: Where do you gain your most write-able material ?#

Ria S
From the realities of life...what I see, hear, experience from around me.

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