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Author Topic: I run out of things to write during my object writing  (Read 2536 times)
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« on: August 23, 2015, 01:26:24 PM »

In Pats book Writing Better Lyrics, he says that towards the end of your ten minute object writing you'll start to get better and more things to say, when your starting out. Although I have less to say when I near the end of my object writing, especially with harder topics. Any advice would be appreciated
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« Reply #1 on: June 26, 2016, 12:58:34 PM »

Hi there, I'm sorry no one has replied yet. Judging by how many people have read your question I think it's safe to say that you have a very common issue.  Wink  If you write down all the senses at the top of your page simply check back over them and bounce off the first thing that enters your mind in relation to the word of the day. The aim of object writing is simply to develop your creative thinking and ability to dive deep and see things in new ways. Whatever you write doesn't need to make sense or be a linear story with a beginning, middle or end. Hope that helps a bit.  Wink
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