July 1, 2015

 

Disturbing a writer can seriously damage your health. Just don’t do it.

 

A writer takes a huge amount of faff-time, head-scratching and numerous coffees before getting into that special zone. He or she (I’ll say she, as it’s me I’m talking about) needs to be in a finely-tuned state of focus before coaxing the muse into action. And when the muse is finally seated on her shoulder, dictating a fine flow of words into her ear, the last thing she needs is somebody popping their head round the door to ask what time Tescos closes. The muse instantly takes fright and bolts. The writer groans, adrift once more, desperately trying to pick up the threads of a lost plot.

 

 

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