Why Travel is Good For Your Writing
By Charlotte Rains Dixon on September 28, 2012
Charlotte is dedicated to the craft of writing and is constantly on the lookout for ways to strengthen her skills and expand her perspective. In this post, she outlines several ways to use travel - whether business or pleasure - as a means of creative growth:
"The characters who populate our novels and memoirs and non-fiction books all have unique viewpoints, too, with very specific ways of looking at the world. Travel introduces me to people who think differently than me. It pops me out of my bubble and forces me to live according to a different schedule than I usually do. So here are some guidelines for getting the most benefit to your creativity from travel..."
Image credit: Benoit Doppagne/Belga via ZUMA Press.
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