Nearly all wannabe writers think that writing is all about sitting at a keyboard and tapping out The Great Novel.
They tend to think the page will be filled from their creative imagination.
But how do you fuel that imagination?
How well do you observe and engage in what is going on about you?
According to Hemingway, it’s not simply about the practise of writing that makes a writer great. It is the art of observation. Being able to infuse emotion and description into the everyday.
Filling the well, as Cameron would say.
Maria Popova explains it nicely…
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Do that, and you will avoid a key mistake most writers make.