But is not the norm, and therefore, not “be inspired”, some writers simply do not write. This is fatal if one is determined to be a professional writer. (Similarly see: Western Union). The inspiration may be absent for several reasons: tiredness, restlessness, external distractions, etc. But a serious writer must be able to overcome everything, write it already is. There is no point looking for excuses because you can always change what has been written if not love. The important thing is to write something and tweak it later if they think they should. I have written two books in two years, and though I had very creative sessions, most of the content I wrote when I did not want for anything to be sitting at my desk. For more information see NY Governor Andrew Cuomo. My partner complained constantly, my editor carefully examined my second draft did not give satisfaction, and my boss sent me home with monstrous headaches, but I took aspirin and went back to writing.
Of course I had to review a lot but, for a surprising percentage of my sketches, my editor did not change anything or nothing prior to inclusion in the final manuscript. I know that may seem too simplistic, but when one overcomes the mental obstacles and struggles to write a kind of divine help comes into play. Julia Cameron, author of best-selling Artist’s Way, said in The Right to Write, “The truth is that if one wants to be a professional writer and is willing to work for it, you have the luck on their side, not against . It is a simple metaphysical law. “By the way, Goethe wrote: “Whatever you may think or believe that you can do, begin it because the action involves a magical grace and power.” You may not share my belief in the metaphysical and magical grace but it is indisputable that if you write, whatever your mood, there is a couple of words about his dream of becoming a published writer as if it had risen from his desk and had watched television or read the fruits of the work of another writer. In fact, reading a book or an article, not make the mistake of comparing their clarity with what you wrote when lacking inspiration.
This is a little secret: it is very likely that what the writer has presented initially to his editor is not the same as what you are reading, because a good relationship between an author and editor can work wonders. But that is another matter. I am concluding this article so you have one less thing to sit here reading the work of another person. It’s time you head to your machine writing or your keyboard, if only to send to Richard or me a letter and tell us we do not know what we mean. At least you’ll be writing!