Writing is hard work, not magic. It begins with deciding why you are writing and whom you are writing for. What is your intent? What do you want the reader to get out of it? What do you want to get out of it. It’s also about making a serious time commitment and getting the project done.”
– Suze Orman, finance editor and author.
Are there times when those words taste like vinegar to you too? But they’re true, huh? I think of it this way: A writer’s best friend isn’t the Internet. It’s not a short-cut, a quick fix or even a thesaurus. (This following gem of galatic insight will work a lot better if you can scare up a drum roll in your head. Ready? Okay.) A writer’s best friend is – drum roll, please: Restlessness.
That’s right. Restlessness. Let me explain.