I have come to this page knowing that I want to say something but without knowing what it is.
Here are the things I do to enable me to write when I have nothing to say:
- Trust that I have interesting things lying in wait within my mind, just waiting for the opportunity to get out, which stems from the idea that I …
- Believe that the voices in my head are not completely under my control but that they have their own life and their own things to say, and so …
- I don’t have to worry about doing this all by myself as if I were alone in the vast spaces inside my mind with only my memories to keep me company.
- And anyway, theres always the automatic word suggesting system on this device to fall back on, just in case I genuinely do run out of ideas.
- In fact, some of the best things I say seem to come from accidents anyway. I’ll press the wrong key and the perfect word appears, which sparks off the perfect sentence and paragraph and before I know it, I’ve written a best-selling novel!
- And then I’ll wake up with an arm made of rubber and drool all over the pillow.
In conclusion – there’s no big secret to writing. All you have to do is write. The trick is to find the people that are interested in reading it. Any ideas?