Not long ago, I was one of many happy students taking picture book/chapter book writing and illustrating classes at Children’s Book Academy. A very important part of the course program was participation as a member of a Facebook group where we were free to communicate as well as share ideas and progress with each other.
On a whim, I started posting what I called “Today’s Very Good Questions”, which were a series of questions that might unlock a part of our brains to help us define and refine our writer’s voice and vision.
I enjoyed doing it so much that I often asked them in casual conversations with friends.
Therefore, I thought I would include a month of "very good questions" here for you to ponder, one day at a time or perhaps when you have a stretch of time to tap into a forgotten or neglected font of inspiration deep within you.
I have no particular logic or reason for listing these in the following order. This is simply how they came to my mind. I had so many questions in mind that I made this list for a 31-day month.
Here it goes. See what comes to mind! Write your answers down in a notebook and perhaps an idea or two for books will spring from your answers. You never know. Do you?
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