If you're reading this, you're drawn to adventures of the written word. You love to read, and you're either writing…or dreaming of it.
You know that writing is so much more than telling an entertaining story. It's something you do to connect, to express yourself, yes.
But writing is also something deeper, something you do only for yourself, something transformative. Something fun. A place you go, a refuge.
These are the things that are so true, you barely need to think about them. So what if today we talked about a much less intuitive part of your writing process?
Something that might you might be missing out on as a writer—whether you’ve been writing for decades or are just trying to work up the courage to start.
Today we’ll explore why, as someone who loves to write, you may need to grab your crayons and some messy paint—and explore your visual side.