As a writer, I live in fantasy. When I pick up my pen for my Bamboo Spark or turn on my typewriter or open Evernote, I’m opening a portal of fantasy.
90% of writing is pre-writing, pre-dreaming, and pre-thinking about what to do, how to do it, and what happens next. In essence, I live hours of my life in worlds that don’t begin to exist until I create them and that required vast amounts of fantasy, even in books that aren’t a true fantasy project.
As children, we spent hours playing pretend and making up words and worlds. We just say whatever we came up with within our heads.Read more on everydaypower.com