Neil Gaiman – “Make Good Art”

I am about to embark on a weekend of writing, my first for a couple of weeks. Sometimes the rest of the world catches up with me, and I find I have less time for what I love doing. This worries me, but then I realise that worrying and putting pressure on myself for not doing enough of what I love doing stops it being something I love doing. I’ve had a few great conversations with people over the past week or so who’ve reminded me of this, and helped me clear my head. I then watched this speech by my favourite writer, Neil Gaiman, which set all that in stone and reminded me why I took up writing again. A truly inspirational man.

New blog article and hopefully something else coming up in the next few days 🙂

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