Ernest Hemingway said in A Moveable Feast, “The only kind of writing is rewriting.”
Besides the fact that I loved reading A Moveable Feast right before a trip to Paris, I have grown accustomed to the truth of what Hemingway said.
(As an aside, I visited Les Deux Magots, a famous cafe in Saint-Germain-des-Pres area of Paris. It’s said famous authors such as Hemingway, F. Scott Fitzgerald, James Joyce, and even Julia Child frequented the spot. I believe I ate croque madame and drank tea.)
Hopefully, you’ve seen it in some of the ways I’ve used past posts, like the one from yesterday, to reshape the writings into again words. I also have reused words and works to write articles, social media posts, and so much more.
It’s becoming a practice and a habit. Maybe even a way of life.