Writing (and Racing) in the Zone

Writing (and Racing) in the Zone

“When you’re writing there are times when you feel it’s a bit of a struggle. However, at other times you’re in what is called ‘the zone’ and writing just feels effortless. This happens when finding the right words is no longer a struggle; but this heightened state, as with most crafts usually comes with practise. Then words simply flow into your head faster than you can write them down (or can press the keyboard). But you have to really push your writing limits to get this kind of experience. “
Then later you look what you’ve written and think: “Bloody hell. That’s good. Did I really write that seemingly without much effort? Wonder where all that came from (a cerebral thing or “outer space”!”
– A “nony-moose” writer (as inspired by Overdrive: Formula One in the Zone
http://www.overdrivef1.com

From http://www.amazon.com/RACING-WRITING-ZONE-Reconciliation-ebook/dp/B006G0A4TA/
http://www.amazon.com/Pursuit-Excellence-Racing-Writing-ebook/dp/B006KXUWAE and  http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00B6DOE7K

To the sounds of click on  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ogPZ5CY9KoM

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4 Responses to “Writing (and Racing) in the Zone”

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