The half smile, the cool car, him being a playboy but finally falling for the right girl…
Other than that mostly everything is totally made up in all my books.
start hearing his or her voice in your head. And you just write down what they tell you.
just have to be done…
hang on to them?
Absolutely. They come—BAM—in the middle of watching a film, or when I’m at McDonald’s with my family. Usually I think about these ideas some more, then go to my computer and take notes. The worst moments when good ideas can come to me are in bed. Right before I’m falling asleep. I can NEVER remember them the next morning. And damn, it’s happening tso often. It frustrates me no end to think of the many good ideas that got lost in the ether that way…
Can you write on demand and under pressure, or do you need time and space before the creativity starts to flow?
No pressure, please! It’s ruining me…literally. I absolutely can’t write when someone’s breathing down my neck. That’s also the reason why I passed out on several publishing offers and parted with my agent. I’m walking on a fast pace, but I can only do it when I walk alone.
How would you overcome writers block?
Sit it out. That’s usually the time of the year when I actually do some
serious housework, LOL.
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