The past week, for me, was filled with the study of story, the writing of story, fall walks, camera shots--and inspirational moments that can come from a mix of it all. Here's a peek at what I gathered.
"An author must learn the principles of good storytelling only in order to write better from the heart." --Uri Shulevitz
"Imagination needs noodling--long, inefficient, happy idling, dawdling, and puttering." --Brenda Useland
"I think you must remember that a writer is a simple-minded person to begin with and go on that basis. He's not a great mind, he's not a great thinker, he's not a great philosopher, he's a story-teller." --Erskine Caldwell
"Moving around is good for creativity: the next line of dialogue that you desperately need may be waiting in the back of the refrigerator or half a mile along your favorite walk." --Will Shetterly
"Any work of art must first of all tell a story." --Robert Frost
"Imagination is more important than knowledge.
Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world." --Albert Einstein
Wishing you beauty and inspiration in the week ahead...