‘In that shed I wrote like the wind, hitting my thousand words by midday so that I could get out there as soon as possible.’
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‘Writing fiction belongs more to the sleeping, than the waking world, so I try not to surrender myself to the day until I am finished.’
‘I will edit and re-edit for a few hours and only then move on to the blank screen, the next section. I’m constantly re-writing.’
That first phrase or line is like a magnet drawing other words to it and they begin to gather, sometimes quickly, sometimes over years, but again have to be scribbled down before I forget them.