Ian from looks like Greek. Unfortunately, I can't read Greek phonetically so I apologize. Have you given serious thoughts to writing fiction? Yes, I have. And in fact I have been writing short stories in fiction and I've been doing that in the mornings before inputs often on the weekends and it has been tremendously liberating and it is quite similar to rock climbing, in fact, and I think part of the reason I enjoy both is that I might have an idea of where you're starting the first few moves and then you get up on the wall. And unless you've specced out the entire route, you need to improvise and you begin to problem solve and play with puzzles on the way up and I quite enjoy that which is very different from my experience of non fiction nonfiction is more like for me at least carpentry. It's a lot of research preparation laying out the outlines knowing where you're going. Having the data in front. I love you. This is much more similar to playing with building blocks or finger paints or something like that. Not to an anyway. Denigrate fiction, great fiction, I find almost impossible to comprehend as a craft. I don't know how someone like the author of Little Big for instance, right. The way that he writes. I just I just don't know how it's done, it really boggles my mind, but I am taking it. Step by step Bird by bird as I'd say which is also one of my favorite books on the craft of writing and fiction which is really also a great book on the craft of living bird by Bird by Anne lamott.
Tim Ferriss Often Writes Short Fiction Stories in the Morning
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