Tuesday, April 5, 2011


I know there are many daydreamers out there. For me it's a time for happy, pleasant thoughts. As a writer I often find myself spacing out. Sometimes I review past memories, or I imagine my characters in different settings. When I'm doing this I don't consider myself lazy. Instead, I'm being constructive. I am developing new ideas for my next book. Of course, people who are not writers don't understand this, but without time to daydream many of my books would never even have a first page.


Tara Tyler said...

I like your A-Z posts. I went to Scotland & England with my family ages ago. Beautiful, historic countries.
I always keep a notebook handy for my daydream ideas =)
Happy D Day!

Karen Jones Gowen said...

I'm a huge daydreamer. It's a big part of who I am and what I do. My husband is kind, he calls it "pondering."