Sometimes writer – definition

January 24, 2019

By Emanuel

Sometimes writer (ˈsʌmˌtaɪmz rī′tər) = a person engaged in writing books, stories, articles, etc as an occupation or profession living in a splintered state of the creative process.

The process of committing words to writing is preceded by a decision process. The sometimes writer has to decide if he wants to start with the review of the character’s file and the previous scenes to assess the progress or he will just write words assuming the risk of extensive rewriting later.

Faced with the dilemma of choosing between lack of time for review and working twice as much, the sometimes writer will strongly commit to leave the writing for some other time.

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