Wisdom Of Writers: Solitude

I guess Franz Kafka read my post regarding the life of a writer before he made this quote (even though he has been dead since 1924) because this is a great summary of that post.

The thing is that each writer has a different style. Yes, maybe the life of a writer it is this way, but a writer has his/her own creations to keep him/her company.

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 “Writing is utter solitude, the descent into the cold abyss of oneself.”


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  1. It’s so true for me. I don’t get lonely when I’m writing. Even it is just a blog post and not a novel. There is a conversation going on inside our heads when we write. The quote made me think. I hope that you will participate in Writer’s Quote Wednesdays Writing Challenge. This is basically what you are doing in this post. The theme this week is change, and it is hosted this week by Autumn Jade on her blog, A day in the brine. https://adayinthebrine.wordpress.com/2020/12/30/the-journey-is-a-state-of-mind-guest-hosting-for-wqwwc-5-new-beginnings/

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