Attempting to Quiet an Overactive Brain with Exercise – Daily Quote


As an introvert, I spend hours in my head, but I am rarely alone. Not by a long shot. Novel characters appear with fascinating stories to tell while my muse whispers charming prose, and inspirational music plays in the background. I write in self-defense. Composing fiction is my exercise, a method of quieting the voices, and as I surrender to the writing process, I lose myself. Time travel is real. The tales transport me to different eras, unique and provocative lives, and singular universes.

Once, I believed the act of transcribing the narratives I hear would silence them. It hasn’t worked that way. Instead, it has generated additional protagonists with risky adventures, enormous demands, and they possess an unrelenting urgency for me to retell their epic sagas.

Writing is an absolute privilege that lets me connect with others in ways I could never imagine. It provides me an avenue to explore what other people might feel or experience, and it opens doors to conversations. Through writing, we discover like-minded individuals and gain the knowledge that we humans have many things in common.

How has writing changed your life?


Keep on writing.

Jo Hawk The Writer

5 thoughts on “Attempting to Quiet an Overactive Brain with Exercise – Daily Quote

  1. When I first started writing, I imagined my life would be much the same as before. But…
    all the crafts I used to enjoy have had to take a back seat. I have neither the time nor the mindset to create anything other than writing. And to be honest, I miss that…

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