"Whatever you are, be a good one."
It is perhaps the most truth I’ve found in word. I live and I breath them and my every thought is them. Ever image in my mind is narrated by words and I think so many in a second it could give you a headache to hear them all.
As a writer, it is perhaps one of the best things we could do, because the more words we think and feel the more words we write, or at least for me.
I love to write, and it is perhaps the second best trait I think a writer could have, because you want to live your passion.
What I want from my life is for someone to like my writing. It doesn’t matter if I get published, that’s just an extra, a way to make my living off of what I love and it would be amazing if that would happen but you must wish one wish at a time.
One of the hardest things about writing is actually writing something good, which is why I have these quotes on sticky notes stuck to the side of my laptop.
If you’ve never heard this famous quote from Anne Lamott, it basically means step by step. You’ve got to write word by word, sentence by sentence, scene by scene, chapter by chapter, part by part, story by story. There’s no way to do it all in one giant leap.
- The enemy is not the badly written page; it is the empty page.
Basically, just write. Write well later when you know where you have to go. You can always revise.
(Source: the--personal--quotes, via pinktulipkd03)