Sometimes it can be hard to get started when you sit down to write, but River Heron Review has some tips at their blog. Judith Lagana, founding co-editor of the journal, offers up three simple strategies for creating new writing.
The first tip she gives is: “Pull a line or sentence from something you’ve recently read that particularly resonates with you. [ . . . ] Consider the intention of the line. Consider how the author uses language to construct the line and give it meaning. Meditate on the line. Consider each word individually and then, write.”
Check out her two other tips for generating your own writing prompts at the River Heron Review website and get to writing.