June 2017 . . . .

“Inspiration is for Amateurs”
     So says Stephen King, the workhorse model of American letters. I am not ashamed to admit that if I could have anyone’s — any author’s — ethic, it would be his. I don’t need to interview him to know this, either. “Get up and plow the field,” his output clearly states. If you want to be a writer, write. You don’t have to like his style, his genre, the books themselves. I don’t think I would want to delve into the darkness he has plumbed. But you can’t deny that if you write a lot, and read a lot, and have a secure connection in your synapses between what you read and what you write, something will come of it. And, inevitably, your work will get better as you proceed.



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