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"No pen, no ink, no table, no room, no time, no quiet, no inclination." --James Joyce
The fourth quarter of the year is upon us (fourth? what happened to the other three??) and I'm determined to read this quote every day for the next three months. Simple words but very motivating. For the inclination (n: disposition or bent; something to which one is inclined) to write truly starts with something as basic as a pen. Add to that then a place, time, quiet...
And the dots begin to be connected, the story picture we have in our heads begins to be drawn. Inclination is fostered, not squelched.
Nothing new here, but reminders are always good!
What dots do you connect to actually get down to writing?