Boredom is a hurdle placed by God to test your patience so just live through it and move on.
There are significant moments in everyone’s day that can make literature. That’s what you ought to write about.
The difference between the right word and the almost right word is the difference between lightening and a lightening bug – mark twain
“This manuscript of yours that has just come back from another editor is a precious package. Don’t consider it rejected. Consider that you’ve addressed it ‘to the editor who can appreciate my work’ and it has simply come back stamped ‘Not at this address’. Just keep looking for the right address.” – Barbara Kingsolver “I got a […]
Often, writers are asked if there is a best time to write. People ask for the best time because they think that’s when a writer is at his best. Simply not true because the best time to write is anytime when you want to write. I like to write after I have my tea, cook […]
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“Rome wasn’t built in a day” It is ironic that the same applies to every writer. A person who knows nothing about writing thinks that the writer must have sat through it in one sitting in front of the computer and wrote a whole fifty thousand word novel and became famous. This is obviously false. […]
In the long run, as you begin to write, your passion is fueled with the burning desire to write. The same dies out as days pass, the well of motivation dries up and you begin to doubt yourself and abandon the dream of being a writer. At that point, what you will need is abundant […]
you must read, and read a lot. Did I say A LOT? I read over a hundred books a year and have done so since I was fifteen years old, and every book I’ve read has taught me something. I’ve learned that some authors are incredible at building suspense (see The Firm by John Grisham), I’ve read […]
“If there’s a book that you want to read, but it hasn’t been written yet, then you must write it.”