Not Writing a Book in Your Head
Writing is your personal answer on your journey to discover what the questions are. I hand-write random thoughts, jagged fragments in jumbled cryptic description in my journals. My advice: Write down the rattle—there’s time for fixing later. n taylor collins, writer
Follow these simple writing steps and begin:
Focus on what you are thinking about when something strikes an emotional or tangible chord.
Begin writing your thoughts down - this is the part where the “writing a book in your head” becomes actually writing a book. Take note — “Writing a book in your head” is thinking, not writing.
As you write down your spontaneous thoughts, concentrate on the flow of words leaving your mind and becoming visible tangible markings on a page.
Every day, or as often as you can, repeat this process. Just write down your spontaneous thoughts.
If you do this for 30 days, you will develop the habit of writing.
You will be writing that book. No longer just thinking.
For now, write. Write something each day for 30 days and check back with me for the next step…
c2013 ntaylor collins (please keep credit with reposts)