Plowing Together – A Community of Idea Gleaners
If you read my blog, you know that I ask a lot of questions. I can’t give you ideas. Therefore, my goal is to get you thinking and find ideas on your own. I just fertilize the soil so your ideas can grow.
Then, I started thinking, What if we started sharing how we found our ideas with each other? What if we began to encourage each other?
I don’t have all the answers. So, maybe you could share your ideas and inspiration. Maybe you can encourage and inspire others.
We all have different gifts and we write in different genres. But, what we share may spark an idea in someone else.
Whether you write fiction or poetry, devotions or children’s stories, you glean ideas. Your insight is valuable.
So, let’s start today. And, I’ll ask a question to kick things off:
What is the best idea that you ever used in your writing? How did you find that idea?
Please comment below.
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