Would-be-writers often ask whether they should write every day. Instead of answering, here's my question: Why wouldn't we yearn to write every day? We may not do it every day of the year, but we do it as often and as faithfully as possible. And we form the writing habit.
I began my writing career with the commitment to write at least 15 minutes every day. At the time, that was all the time I could comfortably squeeze. (Within six months, I was writing an hour a day.)
If our goal is to be a great hitter, we swing at the baseball every day; opera singers sing every day; writers write every day. Every day and every chance. Nothing else betters our writing than working at it faithfully.
If we write on a regular basis, we’ll probably improve our writing. Not everyone improves, because some won’t learn.
We write at noon or nighttime, in the bedroom and the boardroom, on Saturdays and stolen moments.
But we write. We write faithfully.
We write fast, write slow, but we write.
You want to be a writer, don't you? Then write. If you want to write well and sell much, write much.
If you are a writer or want to be a writer,
three things you do regularly:
Write, write, and write.