“The first thing you have to know about writing is that it is something you must do every day. There are two reasons for this rule: Getting the work done and connecting with your unconscious mind.”—Walter Mosley
Keyes, who I’ve noted before, is an author, lecturer, and college professor who has written 16 books including The Courage To Write, which has become a standard work for aspiring writers.
So, write each day, even if it’s only a paragraph or two. If you profess to be a writer, then always write something. It is, after all, what writers are supposed to do.
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