Writing Inspiration #42

It is so true. Writing has to be done indiscreetly, just like dancing, singing, or acting. It has to come out incautiously. Keeping your guards up will never let your talent shine out the way it is supposed to. What’s more? It will always leave you feeling unsatisfied, incomplete.

When writing, you’ve got to be absolutely open, let your soul go bare, and your inner passion come out to the surface. And the only way you’ll ever be able to do that is by not caring what the world will think about what’s on the paper. Not bothering yourself with what your friends, or relatives, or others around you might judge it.

 

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What are your thoughts on this observation about writing? Tell me all about it.

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Happy writing till we meet next.

Until then, carpe diem! 🙂

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© Asha Seth

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3 Replies to “Writing Inspiration #42”

  1. I’ve never really thought too deeply about the process of writing other than I have a start, a loose middle and and end point. I usually haven’t a clue what happens inbetween or what new characters will walk into the story. I kind of need that unknown sense to it as, if I know what’s going to happen, I get bored and never finish anything 🙈

    Just started the literary agent submission process. So hoping for the best.

    Best of luck with your work 🙂

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“I love writing. I love the swirl and swing of words as they tangle with human emotions.” ― James A. Michener

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