Dealing with Confidence and the Unknown

Creativity has intelligence. If you’re working on a novel and you don’t think you can write a certain way, like a big scene or a certain character that’s way different from the way you think, write down what you would like to do in your story with as much detail as you can come up with. Either you will begin to write it or at least plant a seed for development later on. It’s like the saying by Walt Disney, “If you can dream it you can do it.” Well, if you can dream it, you can write it too.

-Randall Johnson 06/23/2016


About writingtonight

I am a writer living in Cincinnati, Ohio with my wife Colleen. We have two children; Noah who lives in Norwich, New York and a daughter Katie, living with her family in Alexandria, Kentucky. She has blessed us with two adorable grandchildren. I have written a memoir adventure called A Photo-Finish while living and working in Yellowstone National Park, a fantasy short story Magnolias and my latest, a potty training book It Can Happen Anywhere. I attended 2 years at Suny Morrisville College where one of my favorite authors attended and taught, John Gardner. I will always write arduously looking for the truth my characters reveal to me in their stories. Randall Johnson
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