1 Decide when in the day (or night) it best suits you to write, and organise your life accordingly.
2 Think with your senses as well as your brain.”Think with your senses as well as your brain.” #writingtipsClick To Tweet
3 Honour the miraculousness of the ordinary.“Honour the miraculousness of the ordinary.” #amwritingClick To Tweet
4 Lock different characters/elements in a room and tell them to get on.
5 Remember there is no such thing as nonsense.”Lock different characters/elements in a room & tell them to get on.” #writetipClick To Tweet
6 Bear in mind Wildes dictum that “only mediocrities develop” – and challenge it.
7 Let your work stand before deciding whether or not to serve.
8 Think big and stay particular.“Think big and stay particular.” Andrew Motion's #WritingTipsClick To Tweet
9 Write for tomorrow, not for today.
10 Work hard.Decide when it best suits you to write, and organise your life accordingly. #writingtipsClick To Tweet
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