This week Dr Tanya has asked our opinion about this quote;
” The difference between writers who finish books and those who don’t– is that the finishers don’t stop writing until they get to : THE END.” —- Brian Hutchinson, author of Writer’s Doubt.
To write a story or a novel, one needs to not only have a story in one’s head, and determination to write it, but also the persistence to get to the end.
In fact to complete any job or task, one needs the will to take it to the end. Many would-be writers with their half-finished manuscripts can testify to this fact. Just today I was Ritu’s blog where she wrote that she has already finished the rough draft of her second book in a few days. I know many bloggers who are successful writers and I think the difference between those who finish and publish a book and those who don’t is just this; the burning desire to get the book/ story out of their head and onto the paper/ screen.
I have a notion to compile a poetry book from the poems I’ve already written in my blog one day but since the drive is missing, I haven’t even started it yet.
The simple truth is that the doers do and others just talk, think or plan. I fall in the second category.
What about you? Any plans to write a book or have you already done that?
Written for Blogging Insights- NF # 49, hosted by Tanya