acbln. Writing was supposed to be my way to earn a living, though I could do something else and I wouldn't mind as long as I can write for pleasure. I write fiction mostly. In terms of what you asked, the firs advise is always the same: reading a lot, and reading good, especially in whatever genre or topic you are interested. It is good too to learn the fundamentals of storytelling, as it applies both to fiction and non-fiction, and to learn things such as outlining and breaking the writing into several components. Thank you for the reply.
ninjastar. Thank you for the reply. I didn't use psychosis to get inspiration. I was in fact a very rational writer, outlining and plotting and scheming a lot. The psychosis struck me quite late, in november, and just helped me to solve a plot hole. Anyway, I'm just concerned with my slow thinking, which makes it hard to write because it's like I see my thoughts coming in slow motion. I've recovered my speed, and keep recovering every day, so perhaps I'm going to improve and everything is going to be ok. I'm really not that sad or angry about it, just curious.