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The quicker I compose, the better my yield

Mar 31st 2014 at 11:34 AM

"The quicker I compose, the better my yield. In case I'm going moderate, I'm in a bad position. It means I'm pushing the words as opposed to being pulled by them." — Raymond Chandler

"The scariest minute is constantly simply before you begin." — Stephen King

"Talking is a hydrant in the yard and composing is a fixture upstairs in the house. Opening the first takes weight off the second." — Robert Frost

"Compose actually when the world is riotous. You don't require a smoke, hush, music, an agreeable seat, or inward peace to compose. You recently require ten minutes and a written work execute." — Cory Doctorow

"It is by taking a seat to compose each morning that one turns into a scholar." — Gerald Brenan

"You must stay plastered on composing so actuality can't devastate you." — Ray Bradbury

"Beginners sit and sit tight for impulse, whatever remains of us only get up and go to work." — Stephen King "Amount produces quality. In the event that you just compose a couple of things, you're damned." — Ray Bradbury  "You can hardly wait for spark. You need to follow it with a club." — Jack London

"Exposition is structural engineering, not inside embellishment." — Ernest Hemingway

"Compose while the high temperature is in you. The essayist who delays the recording of his contemplations utilizes an iron which has cooled to smolder an opening with. He can't aggravate the brains of his gathering of people." — Henry David Thoreau

"In the event that you don't have room schedule-wise to peruse, you don't have sufficient energy (or the instruments) to compose. Basic as that." — Stephen King

"Straightforward English is nobody native language. It must be worked for." — Jacques Barzun <!--td {border: 1px solid #ccc;}br {mso-data-placement:same-cell;}-->

"You never need to switch anything you got up amidst the night to compose." — Saul Bellow  "Schools don't generally permit disappointment but then its piece of any try, not simply composition." — Roddy Doyle

"Read, read, read. Read everything — junk, classics, great and terrible, and perceive how they do it. Much the same as a craftsman who functions as a disciple and studies the expert. Read! You'll ingest it. At that point compose. In the event that its great, you'll figure out.

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