SHORT: Writing Something New
At first, it sounds pretty easy. Sit down at your desk with your computer, and start spilling your words out onto the screen. But anyone who has tried this method of writing knows that not only does it rarely ever lead to anything, but can actually cause writer’s block because of the sheer amount of pressure to just get something done.
The truth is, every great writer has a process. Whether that process be brainstorming for a couple hours, or even taking inspiration from other’s work. However, as mentioned in The ESSAYER’s Simplicity in Writing post, taking time to create an in-depth, fully detailed entire plan for your project before starting to write could lead to a clunky product. Imagine having a great idea for your new book. You develop the idea more and more over the span of a few weeks, until you’re finally ready to start transferring it to paper. If you already thought of a
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