Writing is a creative emotional outlet for a lot of writers. It restores equilibrium between thoughts and feelings. However, it can be mentally and emotionally exhausting if you want to start a daily writing schedule.
Earlier this week, I dropped everything for a nine-hour bus drive to see Sabaton perform live with Hammerfall, showcasing their new album "The Great War" in commemoration of World War I. Seeing how it's an open secret my Phantasmagorium moonlights as a power metal fan site, I thought I'd share a few stories from the incredibly epic concert.
Camp Nano is only days away, writers. Plunging into a new project blind is always a risk, but I've found I'm more receptive to the unexpected when I haven't set my novel in stone. If you ever struggle finding something to write about, look at your own life or the lives of people around you--there's always an idea somewhere!