Friday, July 28, 2006
Writing Despite a Full Life
I once watched a TV movie about Churchill's later years, right before he assumed leadership of England during WWII. He was a great writer who set a goal of 2,000 words every day. He usually met that goal despite a full life that didn't allow him to devote himself exclusively to writing. Shouldn't I be able to write a fraction of that amount on a regular basis?
Photo: Men along the Songhua River in Harbin, China, not far from my hotel room.