Yvette hates being a writer. After years of effort and little success, she calls it quits. Until a trip to a gallery, and the work of a photographer, shows her what creating art is truly about.
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In times of hardship these emotions can wreck havoc on the flow of creativity. So I’m going to let you off the hook for a few things you think you have to do now, in case you don’t know (or need reminding).
I sometimes disappoint new writers when they ask me about my writing habits. They’ll ask about what software I use, where I work, what rituals I perform before a writing session, what do I drink (coffee, tea, soda, gin…) and I usually stop them.
“It’s easy for you. You don’t care what people think,” a friend recently said when I tried to encourage her to try something new. It’s not true of course, but I do have an advantage that I learned early. Something I want to share with you.