Listen to what an American Novelist, Henry Miller had to say; Here’s when to stop writing; Walk away in the middle of and interesting and inspirational sentencee, when you’re enjoying … Continue Reading Do You Drain Your Inspiration Before Walking Away From Your Writing?
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Writing is more of the journey than the destination. As wonderful as publication is, it isn’t the point of the writing process. It’s just a stop along the road. As … Continue Reading Do Not Let Your Non-published Status Get You Down | K.M Weiland
“The most important things are the hardest to say. They are the things you get ashamed of, because words diminish them — words shrink things that seemed limitless when they … Continue Reading The Most Important Things Are The Hardest To Say.
“I took a writing course in summer school in 1939, when I was in high school. But it didn’t work. The secret of writing was, to go and live in the library two or four days a week for ten years. I graduated from the library having read every single book in it. And along the way I
One thing about writing inspirational thoughts is that they are like flickering lights in the brain. Each thought is just a flash. It happens so fast, hardly remains in the … Continue Reading Why A Writer Shouldn’t Postpone Noting Down Valuable Thoughts