While I do believe I become a technically better writer over time, in others ways writing gets harder because inspiration is finite.
In the end I write the novels I need to write when I need to write them.
I'm my own "ideal reader" in the sense that I write novels that I would want to read.
I write almost purely by instinct. I've never made an outline.
Is the humanism intuitive or labored over?, the answer is: Yes. It begins intuitively, it becomes the reason for writing the thing, and then it's to be considered and fine-tuned and even calculated.
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