That’s quite an assertion but I believe it to be true.
There are a few, a mighty few authors who up front say “This is what works for me. Your mileage (or distance) might vary.”
If I’ve learnt anything from all my reading it is I should be writing, making my own mistakes and trying to learn from them.
I think that I need to refine a simple process that suits me and my temperament. Use the tools that work for me. That’s what all of us need to do. Keep it simple. Keep it true to you.
I’ve started this today. No more excuses or bull shit. Do what storytellers do…
Too easily diverted from my course of action by the next shiny thing or promising technique or writing manual / book.
It’s an excuse or is it a reason?
Does the difference matter or is it the consequences that matter.
NOT GETTING THE WRITING DONE IS NOT GETTING THE WRITING DONE.