I came across this interesting post. Even though these routines are not for everyone, it’s important to find what works for you. You are training yourself physiologically and physically, like with any profession 🙂
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Do you have a routine for writing? A way of doing it which has become habit and which you know will get the best out of you? I was thinking about this having read a recent article on the subject.
Many famous writers seem to have these habits. I think the reason is that, to write a novel you need to get your backside on the chair and your fingers on the keyboard – regularly and for long periods of time, just to get the work done. I know only too well that novels don’t write themselves.
Here’s what the brilliant Japanese novelist Haruki Murakami had to say on the subject in an interview:
“When I’m in writing mode for a novel, I get up at four a.m. and work for five to six hours. In the afternoon, I run for ten kilometers or swim for fifteen hundred meters (or do…
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