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They may not be what you want to end up doing but you have to master them in the meanwhile. You can choose to be understood, or you can choose not to. Words are the raw material of our craft. We who write in English are fortunate to have the richest and most versatile language in the world.
Respect it. It is only by writing, not dreaming about it, that we develop our own style. Nothing that happens to a writer — however happy, however tragic — is ever wasted.
However, don't automatically give them charge of your brain, or anything else — they might be bitter, twisted, burned-out, manipulative, or just not very like you. Remember you don't know the limits of your own abilities.
Successful or not, if you keep pushing beyond yourself, you will enrich your own life — and maybe even please a few strangers. You can, of course, steal stories and attributes from family and friends, fill in filecards after lovemaking and so forth. It might be better to celebrate those you love — and love itself — by writing in such a way that everyone keeps their privacy and dignity intact.
Organisations, institutions and individuals will often think they know best about your work — especially if they are paying you. When you genuinely believe their decisions would damage your work — walk away. Run away. The money doesn't matter that much. No amount of self-inflicted misery, altered states, black pullovers or being publicly obnoxious will ever add up to your being a writer. Writers write.
On you go. As much as you can. And the good things will make you remember them, so you won't need to take notes. Too much fear and all you'll get is silence. It wouldn't be worth it if you didn't. If the love fades, do what you need to and get it back. It doesn't care.
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Nevertheless, it can behave with remarkable generosity. Speak well of it, encourage others, pass it on. Read the second part of the article here. Elmore Leonard: Using adverbs is a mortal sin 1 Never open a book with weather. Diana Athill 1 Read it aloud to yourself because that's the only way to be sure the rhythms of the sentences are OK prose rhythms are too complex and subtle to be thought out — they can be got right only by ear.
Margaret Atwood 1 Take a pencil to write with on aeroplanes. Pain is distracting. Helen Dunmore 1 Finish the day's writing when you still want to continue. Geoff Dyer 1 Never worry about the commercial possibilities of a project. They are fuel. On the page they flare into desire.
Anne Enright 1 The first 12 years are the worst. Richard Ford 1 Marry somebody you love and who thinks you being a writer's a good idea. Your judgment's always tainted. No one cares.ignamant.cl/wp-includes/1/1271-como-hago-para.php
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Jonathan Franzen 1 The reader is a friend, not an adversary, not a spectator. Esther Freud 1 Cut out the metaphors and similes. Discipline is the key. Neil Gaiman 1 Write. Find the right word, put it down. Whatever you have to do to finish it, finish it. David Hare 1 Write only when you have something to say. PD James 1 Increase your word power. Bad writing is contagious. AL Kennedy 1 Have humility. Find out what keeps you happy, motivated and creative.
Choose life every day, be grateful for whatever you have, and most important share, share, share—spread as much love as you can. Photo by Tony the Misfit. Lori Deschene is the founder of Tiny Buddha. For daily wisdom, join the Tiny Buddha list here. This site is not intended to provide and does not constitute medical, legal, or other professional advice.
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