An article by a wonderful writer, man and dog lover, Christoph Fischer. I feel grateful and very lucky to call this man my friend. He lives in the UK and is extremely generous in supporting indie authors. His novel, The Luck of the Weissensteiners was one of my favorite reads from 2012. Have a look and by all means feel free to check out his site. You’ll love him.
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The Way I Write by Christoph Fischer
I write novels almost exclusively and am always working on one; the idea for which usually sits with me for a long time while I try to find reasons why this story will never work. At this stage I am usually editing an old novel or still writing a different one so I am under no pressure at all to find a good new idea. Over time I find myself easing into an idea, making amendments to the original concept and finally coming to the point where I sit down and say to myself: “Hey what, give it a try.” It usually works, I have only stopped two out of 9 projects so far.
Most days I sit down as soon as I have walked the dogs in the early hours –…
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