Neil Gaiman on the secret to writing

“The secret to writing is just to write. Write every day. Never stop writing. Write on every surface you see; write on people on the street. When the cops come to arrest you, write on the cops. Write on the police car. Write on the judge. I’m in jail forever now, and the prison cell walls are completely covered with my writing, and I keep writing on the writing I wrote. That’s my method.”

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14 thoughts on “Neil Gaiman on the secret to writing

  1. Reblogged this on humayunhassan and commented:
    That is true–at least in my case–because most of the times, the fear of making any grammatical error etc obviates me from commenting on social media sites…
    Now, i have realised how wrong i was.
    How am i supposed to learn of i don’t make any mistakes?

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