Let Your Book Idea Have Its Say

What does your book idea want to say to you. Use this printable to find out

Meeting My Non Fiction Book Idea For The First Time In a Café

Actually it was an old story, still lingering in my heart, who showed up in the cafe in which I was sitting. The fog outside made it a safe magical bubble for me to rekindle this old flame. Sitting there starring into the soon to be pages of this new found connection I was flooded with scenes, images, lines and memories so vividly that it almost seemed to color up the fog outside. I left the café with the feeling –

Now is the perfect time for this story to be written.

However I kept rescheduling the next date.

Why did I do that. Afraid that there was no more to be found? That I was not up for it? After all perhaps it was not the right match me and this idea.

I decided to set up another date. This time it is going to be a candlelight dinner – I mean to woe it again to make up for my silence. And I am making it clear that I am ready to listen again.

Listening to Your Big Book Idea

A free printable with speech bubbles. I use this to have a conversation with my book idea

Draw in some speech bubbles in your notebook or print this chat sheet made for this post.

Ever had a inner conversation in your head between yourself and another part. Did it ever spin into something not helpfull. Did the other part actually have their say in this inner dialogue?

A writing project is like a conversation often with you as the main listener.

Download the chat sheet and start a conversation. If you stall then inject the word really – What I really want to say is . . .

You can print it out more than once. One for different conversations or sketch it out in your notebook.

  • First argument
  • Remember the first time you met
  • Best times
  • Worst times
  • It is not you it is me
  • I love it when you . . .
  • What are your hopes and dreams
  • The first time you say I love you
  • The first time you hear the three words from your idea
  • Texting about when to meet next time
  • Flirting

I hope this excersise will bring some fun into what sometimes can seem as a daunting dare. To let love in – also your love of writing.

One response to “Let Your Book Idea Have Its Say”

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: