I don’t get the impression that many of the writers out there are doing a lot of self-reflection. I mean, they’re all writing because they have a story to tell. I don’t get that. I think that as writers, we want to be able to get to the end of our stories, but we don’t want to stop there. We want to be able to go from one scene to the next.
I think many people who are writing stories do that because they have a story to tell. But that doesnt mean they are doing much self-reflection.
I think most of the writers out there do something that the average person would call “self-reflection.” Theyre just writing because they have a story to tell. But they dont have to stop there. They dont have to stop at the end of their story. They can go out there, find something to do, and then return to their story.
I think that there are three types of writers. There are those who want to write great stories, those who write great stories because they want to write great stories, and those who just write good stories. I guess all three types of writers will write a great story. But you have to do it because you want to. As I said before, we are talking about the writers who really want to write great stories. They want to write a story that will be remembered forever.
The only difference between the “want to” and the “have to” is that the latter is only possible because of the former. We are talking about writers who actually *don’t* want to write great stories. They just want to write good stories because they want to write stories that will be remembered forever.
I’m not sure if I can convince you of that. The only thing I can suggest is that you make a promise to yourself first. It’s ok to not do something you want to do, but it’s not ok to promise yourself something you don’t want to do. If you promise yourself that you will write great stories, you will have to work at it, because nobody else will.
I can’t speak for everyone, but I guarantee I have never met anyone who has promised themselves to write great stories. As a creative person, I can promise you that I never promise myself to write a great story. If I promise the world that I will write a great story, then I will probably never write a great story. The only way to get there is to promise yourself that you will make a great story.
The problem with promises is that you can never really make them. You have to do your best, but if you don’t have the skill for it you are doomed. I promise you that if you promise yourself to write a great story, you will write a great story, and if you don’t then you probably won’t write a great story.
Well that’s all well and good, but promise me a book. That book is what you will write, but it’s a promise, not a promise. The book and the promise are two different things, and because of that, there is no way to be certain that you will actually write a great story.
The secret to writing great stories is to start with a great story. All the great stories are about the story-teller’s own life. So if you have a great story, then you will be able to get the audience into the story. If you have a great story but don’t have a great story, then you’ll fall flat on your face. I’ve been told by some great writers that they found they had great stories, but they didn’t write them well enough.