Where do you get your story ideas from?
Do you go looking for them or do they just randomly pop into your sub consciousness and stay there? Until one day they just reveal themselves.
Ideas can come at anytime.
You could be taking a breather from writing and gone for a walk.
Dreams can be a good source if you can remember them.
You may well be watching a movie and think, ‘hey, that’ll make a good movie’.
A newspaper article may give you an idea for a story.
You’re at your local supermarket.
Anything and anyone could inspire you.
This is why you should always carry around your little black notebook.
There’s nothing worse than coming up with an idea. Only to find that by the time you get home you’ve forgotten it.
Always keep handy, a pen and your little black notebook.
Welcome to Russell’s website. A storyteller who enjoys writing screenplays for movies. Even though the process is hard. It keeps his imagination working overtime.
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