Two simple habits of writers who succeed

 

 

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The two painfully-simple habits of highly-successful writers

 

 

Writers also love wandering. “My springboard has always been long walks,” said Thornton Wilder, playwright and author of Our Town. William Wordsworth mythologized walks through the English countryside,

 

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4 Responses to Two simple habits of writers who succeed

  1. mikeoxon says:

    so, up with the lark and then an afternoon siesta. Not sure when you can fit in the long walks 🙂

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    • Kate4grace says:

      In themiddle of the night,of course!

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      • mikeoxon says:

        But then you wouldn’t see the daffodils waving and dancing in the breeze 🙂

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      • Kate4grace says:

        With the eye of faith I see everything 🙂
        God letsme have the sun out bit it’s a bit pale at night.Seriously though I do find wandering very useful; it was even better at Oxford because of the many lovely buildings and streets.York is also good for that or any town where maybe you are not used to going so you can get lost which is good for you… aslong as it’s not in the jungle!

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