When I decided to become a writer at the age of 29, I automatically sat down and wrote every day. I figured that if I was a writer, I would take my job as seriously as a teacher, preacher and athletic trainer would their work. Therefore, I contend that a real writer doesn’t write when he feels like it, he writes five, six, seven days a week because writing is his occupation, not a hobby.
Here’s my advice to future writers: If you write at least five days a week, you will produce many books, stories, essays, articles and poems in your lifetime. If you stick to writing, someday you will be rewarded for your efforts. I’m sure of it.