I feel a strong need to express my emotions in everything I do, and of course, that includes my writing. However, there are often passages in which you are to explain things important in the setting in plot. I write science-fiction, so in fact, this is particularly important. Still, I try to express my feelings as best as I can. I want to write from my experience. If I write a piece without emotion, I feel I have failed. I was wondering if you had any hints in which I could write more expressively. For example, I find that one thing which helps is to imagine that the scene on which I am writing somehow relates to myself, as a metaphor of my own feelings. I also find that it helps if I write long enough, so that I can immerse myself in my fantasy. As soon as I get the feel of my inner fantasy world, it so becomes significant even if has no relation to myself at all. However, having so many other creative passions, there are periods that I do not write at all and instead devote myself to drawing, for instance, so that it becomes more difficult to get into this world again. For this reason, I often try to imagine I am in my novels even when I'm not writing, and imagine what the world would be like if it were like my own, with all its magical technologies and impossible possibilities. Even then, however, it's often hard to keep in touch with my fantasy, because there aren't really many times when I'm not doing anything else; when I have nothing to do, for instance when I'm waiting somewhere, I usually meditate, or read, or take photographs (since I always have my camera with me in my pocket). How can I best keep contact with my fantasy when I don't have the time to write?