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Learning How To Ride An Idea

And when to get off

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For me, writing, or any creative work really, is kind of like riding wild horses. Most of my time is spent standing around, waiting to catch a good idea as it hurtles past. They come pretty regularly, fragments of thoughts, a catchy opener, 50% of something that might turn out to be profound. Sometimes they’ll spin into two or three lines in…




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