UNA EMPRESA DE LA MODA DE CORTE INTERNACIONAL, QUE HA DESARBOLADO UNA MARCA CREADORA DE UN CONCEPTO CLÁSICO CONTEMPORÁNEO, PARA AQUELLOS CABALLEROS QUE TIENEN LA VIRTUD DE APRECIAR LO BUENO Y QUE DECIDEN REFLEJAR UN ESTILO DE VIDA SIBARITA, DE CONFORT Y BUEN VIVIR A TRABES DEL LENGUAJE DE SU PRESENCIA; LO QUE LE GARANTIZA UN CARÁCTER ÚNICO Y DE EXCLUSIVO A SU PERSONALIDAD
If there is one thing that all writers dread, this is it. I want to talk about writing failures, blockages that occur around a page or a paragraph. In short, the big void that your mind faces while the day before everything was fine … I first want to reassure you, especially if it is your first book. Even experienced writers regularly go through these disturbing episodes. I am sometimes a victim. Without reason. Without a special alert. It happens, that’s all. The problem is that when you make a living writing, as I did a few years ago, a day without writing is a lost day. So I developed strategies to remove blockages as quickly as possible just find here
. We must first realize that writing is a muscle. If you feel stuck, it’s because you have trouble writing «cold». To warm up, write about something other than your book. Complete a list (even that of the races), note your mood, compose a poem … The gesture creates the momentum and once you start writing the words will come easily. Personally, I like to describe a situation by starting with the words «Initially, an observation …» Ten minutes later, I started. Change your routine. «An author should always change his place of residence in order to write better because one writes much better by often changing his place if only that of his own desk; otherwise we sink so much into our own ideas that we no longer see heaven or earth. Jean-Paul Richter. I have had the opportunity many times to verify the validity of this advice! Stay away from your desk and your stack of pages already written. Take a notebook (or laptop) and change the frame. And no need to go far. The mere fact of not sitting in front of his desk is enough.