The clue is in the job title, right? In order to be a 'creative writer', you have to be creative. But sometimes, creativity can be elusive, and that empty page (or dazzlingly white computer screen), is an intimidating sight.
Everybody who writes, or wants to write, experiences peaks and troughs in their output - sometimes the Muse pelts things at you quicker than you can write them down. However, she's a faithless creature, and may abandon you just when you need her most.
The solution: don't depend on the fickle nature of random inspiration. Instead, change the way your mind works. The parts of the brain (and there are many of them), that are abuzz when imagination is at work can be honed and trained just like any other part of the body.
With a little exercise, your creative muscles will be bulging, and writing ideas may abound! So, here are 10 ways to keep that creativity highway teeming with a constant flow of traffic.