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Wondergrrrl, I want to thank you for asking me that question. My inspiration comes from alot of places now that you make me actually think about it. Thank you! I've always been told that I should never be afraid to answer a question because by answering a question I truly find out what I believe, know, not believe or not know. In this case however I'm rediscovering how I feel. The truth is, I'm not sure if my influences are good. I've had certain individuals that are no longer a part of my life inspire me to vent frustrations that turn out to be a reason I wrote something and then I've had my poor choices that drug me through the consequences of life help me develop my strongly opinionated view which has left me with a bit of an attitude in my writing that I can't seem to shake. I could bore you with a zillion things that inspire me to put words in the order I do. I won't do that though. Tonight my inspiration came from past struggles and remembering how hard it is to change when people still see you the way I used to be. Something like that. What inspires me the most is trying to explain how I either feel at that particuliar moment or in the past and have someone read it that can appreciate it and relate. I hope that answers your question. Thank you!
I love to write,By writing I can get more knowledge and to surf more on writing ideas.
My life my family and the entire world that is evolving around me. My sickness and how I cope with it. funny sitiuations that happen around me!
A special girl or someone that i really hate. I'm not a hateful person though, honest. It also depends on what is on my mind and what kind of mood i'm in. Also, when travelling and something or someone catches your eye it's interesting to write about it or them as it tends to create something different. It can also bring words to your mind that you may have just forgotten.
by DrJez6 months ago
What inspires you to write?Everyone has an inspiration behind their desire to write, so I'm just curious to see what inspires others
by bdn93854 years ago
Without bias, what proof an atheist awaits to believe in God?Does atheist truly do not believe or are are they waiting for some door to open?
by Patty Kenyon5 years ago
What inspires and motivates you to write?I have read through EXCELLENT Hubs during my two weeks here on HubPages and very curious what inspires and motivates you to write!!
by Cynthia B Turner5 years ago
Does rainy weather inspire you to write more?Rainy weather seems to spark my desire to write. I think of lots to write about and get much more done than when it's sunny. Creativity and the sun seem to be in competition,...
by DellNixon7 years ago
What gives you inspiration?
by Michelle Izmaylov7 years ago
Ah. Feels so good to plop down in front of your computer (or a notepad and pencil if you're into the tried, timeless and traditional) and write out a story, right? But what about those days when you're hammered with a...
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