While surfing the net through Stumbleupon I was greeted by this fantastic post written by Graeme Shimmin – who takes inspiration from Ernest Hemmingway – “All you have to do is write one true sentence write the truest sentence you know.”
“Trying to start writing a story is a daunting prospect. Whether it’s a short story or a novel, sometimes it’s putting the first few words on the page that’s difficult. If we aren’t careful we can end up just staring at a blank screen because we don’t even know how to start the story.
I used to have the same problem. Now people say, “Where do you get so many ideas from?”
There’s a trick to starting a story that I can share with you and I got it from Ernest Hemingway.”
Click here for the full article by Graeme Shimmin.