I can fix a bad page, but I can't fix a blank one.I keep that postcard on a clip right by my monitor. It reminds me that to fix something, I have to commit to its creation. I can do a lot of rewriting in my head, and that's a pretty safe place to be. But at some point in time, if I want to share my story, I will need to physically create the words. On paper or electronically. No matter how terrible an idea or a phrase or a character seems in my head, if I don't put words on the page, I can't fix them. And what Nora Roberts implies is that the page will NEED to be fixed.
This advice is about courageous commitment--commitment to create pages, commitment to fix those pages, commitment to be the best writer you can be.
See how courageous you can be today.