How to never run out of ideas again as a writer?

January 25, 2017 | By | 1 Reply More

If you want a model author to aim for, at least when it comes to productivity, then you could do worse than base your writing techniques on that old time science fiction great, Isaac Asimov (now sadly passed away).

To match the number of novels Asimov produced over his lifetime, you would have to write a full-length novel every two weeks for 25 years! Yes, the word of the day is prolific.

But how did Isaac do it? In this article, his biographer Charles Chu distils down the writing rules that governed the great man’s life.

You can read the piece over at https://medium.com/personal-growth/isaac-asimov-how-to-never-run-out-of-ideas-again-b7bf8e09cc91

If you haven’t read any of Isaac’s books yet, there’s a fine reading list of his best works at https://omni.media/best-isaac-asimov-books

How to never run out of ideas again as a writer?

How to never run out of ideas again as a writer?

Category: Writer's Dojo

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I have been working as a full-time author publishing fantasy and science fiction novels for HarperCollins for the last seven years.

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  1. Blerton Gerguri says:

    Would writing the same types of books class you as ‘running out of ideas’ as you cannot expand outside of your hypothetical ‘comfort’ zone?

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