Every author has their own tricks of the trade when it comes to writing and coming up with basic storylines. Some peruse newspapers or magazines, others use writing prompts; sometimes all it takes is a bit of creative thinking. But what happens if the usual tricks don’t work? You shake things up by engaging your brain in a visual exercise that forces it to change how it looks at things and goads it into stretching its creative muscles. Included in this e-book are instructions on how to perform this exercise, an example by the author, 20 images to get you started, and information on where to find images on and offline.
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About the Author
K.J. Pierce is a jack of all trades. This, perhaps, makes her master of none, but her interests are varied enough she doesn’t mind. Her main goal in life is to understand the human condition, which she’s explored, in part, in Fractured: essays on love, friendship, and the nightmares in between, her eBook of Creative Nonfiction. She holds a BA in English Literature/Creative Writing from Agnes Scott College and a MLitt in The Gothic Imagination from the University of Stirling. K.J. currently lives in central Florida with her cat, Dorian Gray, who lives up to his name by striving to be the state’s most prolific lizard serial killer.