Making Use of Dreams for Writing Fiction

Uncle Mike January 30, 2018

Do you want inspiration for fiction? Start by writing down dreams


Dreams are like free trips: they can take you anywhere without you having to shell out anything. Aside from taking you to unfamiliar places, they can also let you experience new things and feelings. Unfortunately, those new places and feelings disappear as soon as you wake up.

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Facts about Dreams You May Not Know

Uncle Mike January 23, 2018

Psychology facts about sleep and dreams that might be shocking to you.


Woke up trying to recall images, scenes, or sensations you’ve experienced when you were asleep? You may be racking your brain trying to remember all the facts about dreams you’ve had and end up with vague images or maybe none at all, but you are aware that you’ve had a d . . .


Why Dreaming Is Essential to Life

Uncle Mike January 16, 2018

Learn about the Benefits of Lucid Dreaming



Do you remember what you dreamed of last night? Dreaming is a common occurrence when people sleep, yet the details of our dreams are often lost in the morning. Not everyone remembers their dreams. However, what most people do not know is that this aspect of sleep has an important role in life.
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Uncovering the Secrets of the Universe

Uncle Mike December 12, 2017

What are the secrets of the universe?


The universe is a big, mysterious place. And because human beings are fascinated with the mysterious and unknown, we all want to know the secrets of the universe. Just what are the mysteries surrounding such an expansive space?

Before getting to the bottom of this age-old m . . .


Using Death as a Theme for a Novel

Uncle Mike December 5, 2017

How do you find the theme of your novel?



For a writer, especially a beginner, starting a novel can be a daunting endeavor. We often fumble and grope our way into starting the first few words. But if we have a theme in mind, it makes it easier to organize our thoughts and guide it into the direction we want to take. A central theme can d . . .