Thursday, April 15, 2010

Inspiration Week Continued

Mary Aalgaard said...

#1 thing that inspires me is people. Add a little music and coffee and my creative wheels are a-turnin'.

Tiana Smith said...

Reading inspires me. I know that seems trite, but honestly, every time I read an amazing book that I just can't put down, it makes me want to do the same for someone else. However, when I'm in the middle of writing a book, sometimes I can't read at all, otherwise elements from that book I'm reading seem to creep into the one I'm writing. I'm sure this is the mark of a newbie writer :)

Abby Annis said...

Fun contest! The #1 thing that inspires me is my family and friends. That includes all of my cool bloggy writer friends. :)

Kayeleen Hamblin said...

So many things inspire me. Mostly, though, I'm inspired by my family. I want to leave something lasting for them and that keeps me writing.

Christine Danek said...

I'm inspired by music.

Kelly Lyman said...

I'm inspired by music mostly and sometimes by other things I read

Cathy said...

I am inspired mainly by music, poetry, literature and more recently interesting blogs that I have come across.


  1. Wow, music inspires a lot of people! And to think that school are cutting it from their budgets...

  2. Ditto what Aubrie said. It seems odd that schools would do away with something that most people obviously find important.

  3. Inspiration comes from who knows where -
    the trick is to catch it while it's there!

  4. I loved Tianna's comments. I know what she means on both parts. But maybe the inspiration from the book you're reading might be just what your story needs.

  5. I'm definitely with Mary and Kayeleen! :-)

  6. Amazing how many people are inspired by music. I am too, but not to the extent of others, I think. Hmmm...

  7. Very cool to see what inspires each of us. :

  8. cool to see what people wrote! Music does inspire me too, when I least expect it.

  9. Thanks for including my comment. It's true. Write on!


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