Friday, July 13, 2007

The Keys to Writing Success - Part 4

JK Rowling first thought of Harry Potter while sitting alone on a train and Dickens created many of his masterpieces while walking the Kent countryside.

These moments of quiet and reflection are essential for the creator. And in this fast paced and noisy age, it is very important to shut yourself away from all this and just think, wonder and be yourself. This is when some of the best creations and ideas come about.

As a writer, make sure you have times of quiet during your week and you will find it can lead you to new ideas, allow you to work out plot scenarios or just freshen your mind and spirit for work you may currently be engaged on.

Seek out the quiet
the stillness
the tranquility.
And enjoy.

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