Writing is a routine. It must be. The brain adjusts well to regimentation, it likes to know when to start being creative and when to stop. 384 more words
Tags » Writing Discipline
There’s one thing I’ve known almost as long as I’ve been a writer: you must make time for writing.
I guess every writer has experienced that moment when someone met by chance, learning what you do, says ‘I could write a book, if only I had the time.’ And you bite your tongue rather than say, ‘If you really were a writer, you’d make the time.’ That’s what a writer is after all, someone who writes. 308 more words
Since the writing bug first bit me, I have been passionate about writing. I lived, breathed, dreamed, and talked story, story, story. My characters were often my only childhood companions and my story worlds gave me imaginary outlets to explore during a sometimes lonely youth. 671 more words
Day 2 was harder for me than day one. Day 1 was a pain in the ass and Day 2 wasn’t; Day 2 was just more difficult. 747 more words