All my life as a writer, I seem to have collected bits of advice from experienced authors. Many of them are cliches, but nevertheless some of them just might serve as an inspiration for you. Off the top of my head, here are a few of them:
Write a book you’d like to read. If you wouldn’t read it, why would anyone else?
Make yourself a place to write , no matter how small – a quiet space where it’s just you, your pen and a notebook or laptop/computer.
Agatha Christie wrote that the best time for planning a book was while you were doing the dishes.
Trust your reader. Not everything needs to be explained. If you know something, and breathe life into it, they’ll know it too.
Good writing is supposed to evoke sensation in the reader – not the fact that it’s raining, but the feeling of…
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