Walter Mosley: Einer der Schlüssel zum Schreiben einer Geschichte
“If you want to be a writer, you have to write every day. The consistency, the monotony, the certainty, all vagaries and passions are covered by this daily occurrence. You don’t go to a well once, but daily. You don’t skip a child’s breakfast or forget to wake up in the morning.
“Sleep comes to you each day, and so does the muse. ‘I know I have a novel in me,’ I often hear people say, ‘But how can I get it out?’ The answer, always, is every day.”
If you write every day, your characters and story stay alive in your imagination. Even if you only produce a page or a paragraph. Writers are people who write.
via The Writer’s Studio