“Don’t think; you must never think at the type writer. You must feel. At the type writer, it should be a living experience.” Ray Bradbury
In my last blog post, I talked about how important it is to balance writing when the muse moves you with writing regularly once you have something that speaks to you of it’s own potential.
Since then, a tidal wave of inspiration overtook me and I started free writing about a story idea I’ve had for a long time but couldn’t really articulate.
It was great! Until I tried coming up with chronological story details that are feasible and make sense.
Now I’m back to square one, in writer’s block land. Ugh, perfectionism has once again reared it’s ugly head.
Like Ray Bradbury says, too much thinking is a no-no when you’re writing creatively. Hear the rest of his inspiring talk below: