Quote by Ridley Pearson
For the first-time novelist you've got to get up at 5:30 in the morning and write until 7, make breakfast and go to work. Or, come home and work for an hour. Everybody has an hour in their day somewhere.
This quote emphasizes the importance of discipline and dedication in the pursuit of writing. It suggests that aspiring novelists, particularly those who are new to the craft, should make writing a priority by carving out specific time slots in their daily routines. Whether it's waking up early, utilizing lunch breaks, or allocating an hour in the evening, the quote highlights the notion that everyone has the potential to find at least one hour in their day to devote to their passion. By instilling such routines, aspiring novelists can gradually build their writing skills and make progress towards their goals.
It doesn't bother meThat less than brimming is my cup.Today is crowned with great success!Look at me! I'm up!My first blessing of the day:I'm up!I'm up, and I'm sober;And if nothing of the good happensFor the rest of the day,Before I put my head on a pillow tonight,I can say,'Thank you God, for those two blessings.'