Becoming a Writer at 50Be a writer at the age of 50
Starting a writing career later in life
The Separation writer Dinah Jefferies describes how she came to write later in a lifetime and how she was able to use her wealth of experiences to inspiration her work. I' ve lived in many ways. Because I had too much spare minute, I miss my own and my family's speech.
Well, at least it would help to distract me from our casualties. The fragrance of lemon grass was alive in flowery garden, but our lifes were shaded by the sounds of shots. A thing about typing later in your being is that you have a lot more experiance to do with.
Partly, separating is an investigation of affection and bereavement, which means that I had no other option but to use the experiment of loosing my own boy to make history. It' been a hard period of my Iife. But it was something I had to do.
It was one of the best times of my entire career when I found my operative. Forcing me to find out what I really liked to talk about, I found my own vocal instead of ringing like others. Separation came from my mind and my mind, and that is what gives her being.
It is also what anyone who wants to post must do, although it can make you fragile and unprotected. Thing is, keep going, keep going, go on typing every single working day, even if it's horrible, and even if you don't think you can. So, my counsel to any writer is that it's never too late. No.
To me, studying never ends and that's one of the reason why a writer is the best work in the game. I' m just hoping I have enough spare hours to finish all the work I want. They spend their day making diadems and making a dinosaur with their grandkids.