Nah, in case you’re wondering—this isn’t a heavy post about how writing has evolved over the centuries, and I promise not to start spouting my knowledge (or lack of) of the history of authors and their styles.
This is merely an acknowledgement of how I’ve changed as a writer. As in, learned to adapt.
It’s not uncommon for aspiring writers to approach authors and ask: I want to write a book, how do I start? How do I write it? I have an idea in my head but don’t know how to get it out?
Other than the most common answer of: Well, how about you just start writing and see where it goes, kind of answer, I’m slowly coming to realise that you can’t give a more in depth answer, because it’s simply just not that cut and dry.
Now, before I get a tonne of hate…