Welcome to all who dream.

Native American Dreamcatcher (2012)

As writers, our minds work like the Native American dreamcatcher, where positive dreams run through the hole in the center of the dreamcatcher and negative dreams are put out of action. In the writer’s case, dreams and thoughts lead to inspired great works. It is my role to publish those dreams.

Have you ever observed nature or other people?  Creativity comes from our dreams and experiences in life.  What starts an unconscious burst of creativity inside you that defines love, sadness, joy, or provides answers to questions about the universe or life as we see it? Is it people, places, things or events? One may be inspired by remembering stories heard years ago; another by watching a storm forming around nearby mountains. 

Have you been inspired by a barge on a river or watching animals play outside?  Dreams and thoughts from a long drive at night may become a story for you.  What comes into your mind when deer come out at night to feed at twilight; suspense, mystery? A story is the way a writer captures a dream or thought to share with others.  

I am looking forward to reading a story that is based upon dreams and thoughts that inspired you to catch that dream and write it down for the rest of us. Become a “Dream Catcher” soon.

Stan Lewis                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Publisher of Your Dreams