First, forget inspiration. Habit is more dependable. Habit will sustain you whether you’re inspired or not … Forget talent. If you have it, fine. Use it. If you don’t have it, it doesn’t matter. As habit is more dependable than inspiration, continued learning is more dependable than talent … Finally, don’t worry about imagination. You have all the imagination you need … Persist.
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My first widely available comics story hits the shelves in August as a part of Jim Zub’s stellar “Tavern Tales Through Time” issue of his exemplary Skullkickers comic! Go and tell your local comic shop that you want this issue — and every trade of Skullkickers — because this series is taking all of us readers on a remarkable and hilarious adventure you don’t want to miss.
The new creator-owned series I’ve been mentioning… Yeah.
Please start getting excited (and share the teaser with your friends)!
More details and art coming soon…
I’m just going to set these dollars here on my desk, ready to pick up Jim Zub’s new title as soon as it streets.
Guest Post by Will Hindmarch: Learning to Write
When the writing is tough, I doubt a lot of my words and think hard about whether I really know what I’m doing or not. Where do I get the nerve to try to be heard or read?
As David Simon once put it, who died and made me Storyteller?
Thinking back to some of the lessons I’ve learned as a writer and narrative designer, I think about all the hours I’ve logged — through doubt and confidence, pain…
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