Something magical happens when you write every day. Most people go through life, and have a flash of insight here, or an interesting glimpse of a new perspective there, but for most, this never really amounts to much of anything. Because you are reading this, you are likely aware of some of the benefits of writing your ideas down. Maybe you already are a seasoned writer, with several works already published; maybe this is one of your first steps to finally writing that novel you've always known you could write.
There are a number of amazing things that happen when you make a habit of setting aside a certain amount of time every day to not only write down your thoughts, but also put them in a kind of coherent set of ideas. When you make it a regular habit of publishing what you write on a regular basis, you take your creativity and clarity of expression to another level altogether.
There are many avenues of doing this. Blogs, this website, letters to your local newspaper, Internet forums. In the entire history of humankind, it has never been easier for somebody, just like you, to take a few minutes, organize your thoughts into a concise collection of ideas that can easily capture and lead the imagination of hundreds of thousands, and publish them for all to see.
And when you do this, you are showing your mind, your thoughts, your ideas a wonderful level of respect. You are giving yourself a message on a deep level that your ideas are important enough to share with the whole world. And the more you build up this belief in yourself and your ideas, the easier it will be to create novel after novel that people will not only pay to read, but tell their friends about and wait for the next one.
And the greatest thing about this is that no matter where you are in life, no matter what level of success you have experienced, you can start right now, today. And the sooner you start, the sooner you will succeed.
One way to increase your passion for writing is to always read what others are writing about. Most best selling authors agree that many of their ideas and techniques come from reading other writers on a regular basis. It is no secret that being able to learn from others is one of the quickest paths to success. Because you can naturally think of at least one way to apply your insights from this, you will likely enjoy George Hutton's widely read Zapotec. Many people like you are starting to discover that Zapotec may be one of the best novels to come out in a long time.