I recently learned the hard way that, yes, writing really should take that long. At least writing that is worth doing. There are very few shortcuts.
"Mostly, it’s a process of putting one word after another." Writing sometimes require a more conventional approach when the unicorn rainbows fade.
Do you have those days when you don't know what to write or even feel like writing but, at the same time, you know you just have to write something?
I read a Brain Pickings article about Neil Gaiman's thoughts about writing, fiction and ideas this morning. I had to share some of my favourite quotes with you.
"A great story, then, is not about providing information, though it can certainly inform — a great story invites an expansion of understanding, a self-transcend...
School fees for writers are those experiences you go through when you learn to write more effectively. Just being a good writer isn't enough. You have to learn ...
Seth Godin's post suggesting that you should show your work in progress reminds me about one of the aspects of blogging that appeals to me.