For me, getting started writing a new book was always a challenge. My brain would go everywhere. But what’s the premise of the book? What’s the internal search? How do I end my book?! If your mind is tricking you into asking yourself questions that aren’t really relevant at the moment, the way out of this trap is to pick up a pen or open up your laptop and simply begin writing.
Forget thinking about the premise of your book or the theme for now. Simply think of a story from your life that you want to tell. Your task: Write a single scene.
Once you do this, you’ll find that writing the next scene is easier. And if you consistently write scenes, one after one, they pile up. You’ll realize that by consistently putting down your stories on paper, before too long, you’ll have enough pages to create a memoir.
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