Charles Dickens at his writing desk

Where has your creativity gone? (And how to get it back)

Charles Dickens would write prodigiously from 9am to 2pm and then go for a walk. JK Rowling wrote mountains of notes about her planned seven book series about a young wizard, completing the novels on scraps of paper in longhand. PG Wodehouse could write 10,000 words a day.  They were the masters, of course, but the majority of Brits believe …

Giles BroadbentWhere has your creativity gone? (And how to get it back)