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I hate writing, I love having written.
Writing is a struggle against silence.
The writer is one who, embarking upon a task, does not know what to do... Writing is a process of dealing with not-knowing, a forcing of what and how.
Enter the writing process with a childlike sense of wonder and discovery. Let it surprise you.
Editing feels almost like sculpting or a form of continuing the writing process.
I prefer the pen. There is something elemental about the glide and flow of nib and ink on paper.
No art ever came out of not risking your neck.
Nothing is original. Steal from anywhere that resonates with inspiration or fuels your imagination.
You might not write well every day, but you can always edit a bad page. You can't edit a blank page.
I write every day. I'm always in the process of writing my last book, until the next one.
I always worked until I had something done and I always stopped when I knew what was going to happen next. That way I could be sure of going on the next day.
The most difficult and complicated part of the writing process is the beginning.
In the writing process, the more a story cooks, the better.
Nobody reads a book to get to the middle.
The act of giving voice to this spiritual suffering is, in my view, the sacred duty of the writer.
There's nothing wrong with delighting in what you do. In fact, most of the fun you'll have as a poet will come about during the process of writing.
The first draft of a book—even a long one—should take no more than three months, the length of a season.
I do not over-intellectualize the production process. I try to keep it simple: Tell the damned story.
I don't enjoy any of the process of writing. I enjoy it when it goes on if it zings and it has great warmth and import and it's successful.
I'm widest awake as a writer doing something new, engaged in a process I'm not sure I can finish, generating at the edge of my powers. Some people bungee jump; I write.
Everything you need to know about life can be learned from a genuine and ongoing attempt to write
The writing process is very much like being in a dark tunnel, and you don't really know what you will end up with until you have created it.
The first draft is just you telling yourself the story.
A day of bad writing is always better than a day of no writing.
By the end of the writing process, which is about 80 songs per album, I look at the material and think, what's going to make a difference in someone's life.
I'm writing. The pages are starting to stack up. My morale is improving the more I feel like a writer.
Your page stands against you and says to you that you are a thief.
I try not to get analytical in the writing process. I try to just kind of keep the flow from my brain to my hand as far as the pen is concerned and go with the moment and go with my guts.
The writing process is not just putting down one page after another-it's a lot of writing and then rewriting, restructuring the story, changing the way things come together.
I love the freedom of writing and then I love the realization of directing. I can't favor one or the other. I enjoy both parts of the process.
No book can ever be finished. While working on it we learn just enough to find it immature the moment we turn away from it
Literature flourishes best when it is half a trade and half an art.
I miss the days when I was alone with my characters and no one else knew them except me.
It's a bizarre but wonderful feeling, to arrive dead center of a target you didn't even know you were aiming for.
For me and most of the other writers I know, writing is not rapturous. In fact, the only way I can get anything written at all is to write really, really shitty first drafts.
Just as a good rain clears the air, a good writing day clears the psyche.
Writers often torture themselves trying to get the words right. Sometimes you must lower your expectations and just finish it.
The fiction writer has to engage in a continual examination of conscience. He has to be aware of the freak in himself.
There is something unwholesome and destructive about the entire writing process.
Anxiety is not only an inevitable part of the writing process but a necessary part. If you’re not scared, you’re not writing.
The live show allows me to transcend myself, because it's not about me anymore. The writing process is very much about me but then the live show is not. They feel really different.
I used to think it was hard to write, and I still find the process more or less unpleasant, but if I know what I'm doing it rattles along, then the rewrite whips it into shape rather quickly.
I'm in total control. I write the songs, decide what to sing and how to sing. I even control the recording process. But, with a film, there is no control at all.
I focus on the writing and let the rest of the process take care of itself. I've learned to trust my own instincts and I've also learned to take risks.
Some part of me knew from the first that what I wanted was not reality but myth.
Half the fun of writing a novel is finding out from other people later on what you actually meant.
A people that grows accustomed to sloppy writing is a people in the process of losing grip on its empire and on itself.
I'd love to do another television series. I really love the writing process, and as an actor I really like how much you get to examine in television.
I've always equated the writing process with editing, sort of like when I get through editing the movie, that's like my last draft of the screenplay.
As I've evolved in life my writing process has taken a turn. I'm inspired by everyday life. I could be in the middle of something and hear a commercial. I enjoy songs writing themselves.