Gina Greenlee, Author
The Voices Inside Your Head
Updated: Mar 15, 2019
Trust them. Make nice. Don’t denigrate, suppress or spend too much time analyzing them. Rather, befriend and use them to advantage.
“Voices” come from lots of places. Your subconscious. What you read. What you think versus what you say out loud: The movie, video or blog post you read last week that surfaces this week; a news snippet; something you overheard.
Frequent flying thoughts are great writing fodder. All those “voices,” especially the ones we judge and try to run from – angry and lusty, wet and cranky, quirky and frenzied – are what uniquely texture our writing and our lives.