The Write Everything - The End Of Excuses

The Write Everything – The End Of Excuses


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  1. sharon call

    Just what I needed to hear. I got the office, the plan is good. I need to fuel the fire.peace.

  2. sharon call

    Just what I needed to hear. I got the office, the plan is good. I need to fuel the fire.peace.

  3. sharon call

    Just whatbi needed to hear.

  4. sharon call

    Just whatbi needed to hear.

  5. Susan Feehan

    You’ve stepped inside my head and tipped the contents onto the web. Except I don’t have golf clubs or children or a husband. Other than those minor details, I’m exactly the same.

  6. Jerome Kiel

    The need to write for me comes from ideas often outside, among people, in cafes or with randomly chosen words or titles of books. Writing can be a form of reflection or meditation, a way of explaining some ‘truth’ to me so that I can understand better the situation or the characters I perceive that I know. The inevitable notebook…or tapping out a ‘text to self’…is the means to an end, and I don’t get to choose where I get the ideas. I find that, by the time I’m sitting at my pc, the ideas are rattling about in my head…and my notebook…just desperate to be ‘down on paper’, in paragraphs on the screen.
    Several years ago I read Julia Cameron’s book THE RIGHT TO WRITE, truly inspirational, and showed that writing is not just putting pen to paper, but a way of life.

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