many say to stay focus & maintain a stress free life. being able to write at your own free will, without any interuptions.it puts you into a state of mind. peace and comfort. what do you think?
I think keeping focus and avoiding stress mean jack and squat if your story isn't any good.
1) Write something a lot of people will want to buy.
You could have all those things and chances are the result will be self-edifying dribble.
One thing that all best sellers have in common is the authors wrote. They wrote some more. They wrote a lot. They rewrote. They didn't stop writing until they finished. Then they edited.
Many want to be great writers, but few actually do the thing that makes them a writer, and that is to write.
Interesting name Mr.OP - looks like you are tentatively promoting or trying to make a statement about....
The last thing you want to think about when you're writing is making money from it. It just makes you write like a wookie.
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