It's important to evoke your fiction visually if you can - scenes, characters, objects - in order to breathe life into your words, for them to resonate fully and come off the page. Some people are able to do this in their heads, but I like to keep a portfolio of images that have inspired a story or novel, something I can return to when I need reminding of the central themes / motifs / objective correlatives I had in mind at the fiction's genesis. A good way of doing this is Pinterest, where you can pin images to a board you've created, which you can then share or keep private. Here's the one I did for my forthcoming novel. And another for the work-in-progress. Much like a film director uses a storyboard, it can help focus your mind without using the currency you'll be sick of some days: words.