Inspiration and ideas can strike writers at any time. They’re always lurking, those little moments in life that spark the plot for a novel or short story. And that spark is electric, it’s exciting, it pulls your pen to paper until you’re fizzing with the sheer need to tell that story.
However, although it’s hard, it does not do to abandon projects to write new ones. That’s not to say you can’t work on two at once, only you know if that’s something you can manage. Each writer is different, after all. This post is all about highlighting the reasons you must finish your works in progress, no matter how tough it gets.
1. It’s a great discipline
Being a writer requires a huge amount of self-motivation and discipline. The more you write, and the more you edit, the story becomes over familiar. The twists are no longer shocking…
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