10 Things a Writer Needs

1. Patience

2. Imagination

3. Other Writers

4. Belief

5. Persistence

6. Inspiration

7. Dedication

8. A Writing Spot

9. Alone Time

10. Emotions

What did I miss?


Filed under Author Interview, random, story telling, story writing, Style, writer's life, writers, writing, Writing

9 responses to “10 Things a Writer Needs

  1. Hi! Cute post!!!!

    Additionally, I don’t think it hurts also to have the support of family and friends as well as a lot of caffeine. πŸ™‚

  2. I’d be happy with the “Alone Time” at this point!

    • Maribeth

      Aah, you must have children. πŸ™‚ I know how that goes. I’m lucky if I get seconds let alone minutes or hours. But, sometimes penting it up produces great work.

      Thanks for stopping by:)


  3. Jack Campbell, Jr.

    Something to write on. :p

  4. Awesome list…

    It might just be my experience… Meeting other writers is something else… Hmmm… It seems that most of the writers I know or have met are overly-pensive(granted?) and somewhat shy – it can be disconcerting… The ones trying to be poets are a little bit more interesting and off-the wall but the novelists and screenwriters tend to be as reclusive as an ingrown toenail…

  5. Great list. I don’t think you missed anything. Perhaps a thick skin?

  6. Maribeth

    Medeia that is a brilliant reply. We definitely need a thick skin. πŸ™‚

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