Writing resolution for 2016:
Write every day. It doesn’t have to be any good. Put the words down on paper.
Write like your life depends on it. Because it does. You’re a writer.
Got writer’s block? Sit down and write.
Read. Visit a book store or a library. Then write–you know you’ll want to.
Free your imagination. Screw grammatical rules and plot construction. Far-fetched? Implausible? Impossible? Who gives a Flying Farook? Write.
Write for yourself. Not for anyone else. Not for a book sale. Not for a targeted audience. Write for the sheer pleasure of it—even if sometimes it’s pure hell. Picture a person, a moment, a situation–past, present or future. Write about it.
Turn off your damn TV. It’s killing your imagination.
Write. You have nothing to lose but keyboard strokes. Maybe you’ll find a secret truth, maybe the order of the universe will reveal itself to you, maybe it’ll be the most important thing written in the history of man.
Maybe you’ll just have a fucking good time writing it.