Short on writing inspiration? A different angle may help

Lauren Lola doesn’t ask for much—just that you not judge her by her size, because she’s “a little on the short side.” But what she’s not short on is talent—writing talent, in particular. A self-described lover of words, Lauren is an avid reader and has kept a journal for the past thirteen years. But it doesn’t stop there. This young writer has already penned her first novel, A Moment’s Worth, which you would do well to check out on Amazon. To round out her artistic side, she has a minor in stage acting (which she says has influenced her writing), and has recently taken an interest in songwriting.

And what about photography?

The picture she took here is phenomenal. In fact, she may just have a career in photography waiting for her—in between books, of course.

Lauren has some words of wisdom for us, but first, check out her blog, Lola by the Bay.

Lauren’s two cents:

Sometimes it helps to look at something from a different angle and let your imagination go from there. Inspiration tends to come to me whenever I apply this method. Take this origami crane for instance. While it already holds a special meaning in the Japanese culture, in my debut novel, I make it significant in another way.

Thanks for sending in your thoughts, Lauren, and congratulations!

How about you? What inspires your writing? Enter the contest for a chance to be featured on this blog.


4 thoughts on “Short on writing inspiration? A different angle may help

  1. Reblogged this on Lola By The Bay and commented:
    So check it out everyone! I am today’s featured writer of the blog, What Inspires Your Writing? Here I touch briefly upon how looking at something from a new angle can often lead to inspiration for my writing. Many thanks to Tim for featuring me and be sure to check out his site for more awesome content similar to this!


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