Up to this point the music has pretty much followed the rules of writing - you've seen the theme originate and be developed - but traditionally at this point - I would be polishing and tweaking the previous piece - and that's not what I want to do.

I have no intention of following the rules of writing.

Seriously - I suspect most of the rules are just common sense anyway - I mean really - you need 5 rules to help you write? Here's one rule for you:

1/ Write

I'll add a second:

2/ Read

There - that should just about do it.

I truly believe that someone who writes and reads their work five times over will produce a much better result than someone who writes once, learns a lesson and then applies it once and moves on.

I believe in my balls, that when it comes to the creative arts, there is no substitute for doing it.

Sure - you should read and be aware of the canon, there is much to learn - but when it comes to your own original work - that can only come from you - and how else are you going to learn your work unless you do it?

So - you can of course use this structure to produce a piece of writing fit for the world and who knows - maybe it is or maybe you just polished a turd. Or you can take the rule book and throw it away - and write.

This is the Music to Write to playlist and I am interested in serious writers -if you're a writer and you want help writing - welcome - I wrote this for you.

Forget everything else...

put this on...

...and write.

You're a fucking writer!

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