An Intuitive Approach to The Writing Process

  1. Sue says:

    Thank you so much for this post. It’s amazing what gems are coming up after searching for the term “intuitive writer” 🙂

  2. Rowan Rook says:

    Fantastic article. There are some differences in my process (perhaps due to my usage of auxiliary Te), but it’s so refreshing to see one that’s overall similar to my own. Great tips, too.

  3. Lianne Simon says:

    I found my voice when writing a first-person account of an emotional event that the protagonist had experienced. The rest of the novel was in third person. I was just writing the prologue in first. The difference, though, was that my writing flowed from my heart rather than my brain.

    When assembling the pieces to a story, I sometimes wonder if it will ever result in something whole. But I wake with an idea. Another keeps me from going to sleep. Sometimes I just sit there and watch the threads intertwine.


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  5. June Curry says:

    This is exactly what I wanted to learn about today. Thanks for sharing your experience and process.

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