Writing Inspiration #4 was about taking inspiration from video essays, often about analyses of certain works or writers.
When I am stuck while writing, I watch video essays.
Not to blindly follow the storytelling-advice they provide, but to shake something out from my brain that was already there, just a bit out of reach.
In my last post I told you about how the Hamilton-song “Non Stop” shames me into writing. This time I want to write about the beauty and horror you can find in nature, when taking a hike.
Like with visual art, there are many ways which music can inspire you when you write.
It can set you in the correct mood or mindset. Or maybe the lyrics of a song can set your mind on an idea.
This week (and some of next) I want to make a short blog-series about the various things that inspire me when I write.
Since I’ve already gone into great detail about how the art of Theodor Kittelsen have inspired me, I figured this was a good place to start.