In my case and perhaps with many authors I think it is a significant "store-up" or if I may, critical mass of some thesis that needs to be let loose. Something that is deemed important and drives one to write with abandon and seek to get it published.
I think I've always been a storyteller to some extent. When I was really young, I would act out elaborate stories with my action figures or draw them in comic form. As I got older I just sort of picked one creative outlet as the beast way to convey those stories. Which, J. K. Rowling deserves some credit for, since she showed me reading can be something you enjoy outside the school setting.
Some of us just write because he need to say something and find no one to hear, so he start to write.
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