If You Want to Write Your Memoir, What Should You Do?

One of my favorite experts on the creative process is Brenda Ueland—the  author of If You Want to Write. Ueland says,

“Inspiration comes very slowly and quietly…the imagination needs moodling—long, inefficient, happy idling, dawdling, and puttering.”

What ways do you “space out” or dawdle? If you never “waste” time, you’ll never gain creative inspiration.

Be sure to schedule a 15-minute complimentary book coaching session via email: AuthorizeU@gmail.com.  If we begin working together, my eBook—Writing From Life: A Wise Guide to Publishing Your Memoirs—will be yours as part of the coaching package.

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