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If you do not at some point take action, you will not at some point be a creative writer. No question. Creative writing is, ultimately, your actions. It must be so because at a very basic level writing involves you inscribing something, that is, it involves you literally or figuratively (say, on a computer screen) marking, etching, making symbols that ultimately create what we recognize as words, phrases, and other components of a writing system. Although the tools of writing have changed over time, to inscribe entails physical activity (or a substitute that creates an inscription, such as in the case of you verbally dictating your creative writing).
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