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Behind the success of Isaac Asimov, there were quality of Ideas

Every young writer will inspire the story of Isaac Asimov (2 Jan 1920–6 April 1992), who became prolific writer of America. He was renowned for his science fiction and one who wrote 90,000 letters and postcards. Further, he broke the records of many writers, writing and editing 500 books. 20th century writer who had possessed one of the brilliant minds ...

Every young writer will inspire the story of Isaac Asimov (2 Jan 1920–6 April 1992), who became prolific writer of America. He was renowned for his science fiction and one who wrote 90,000 letters and postcards. Further, he broke the records of many writers, writing and editing 500 books. 20th century writer who had possessed one of the brilliant minds whose stories inspired millions from science to humour to fiction. Therefore, by writing and rewriting, the product of his works were unique.

Violence is the last refuge of the incompetent.

Isaac Asimov

He completed his PhD in physics from Columbia. Despite interest in writing, he learned science that means learning never ends. Thus, each learning brings perfections in life, irrespective of any field you choose. It drives the bone-lazy ideas of stored in mind.

Dr. Isaac Asimov, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing slightly right. Published in 1965, this photo also appears on the jacket of the Doubleday first edition of Nine Tomorrows so date of creation can be no later than 1959. | i'mBiking credit to Wikipedia
“I couldn’t possibly write the verity of books. I managed to do out of the knowledge. I had gained in school alone. I had to keep a program of self-education in process. My library of reference books grew, and I found I had to sweat over them in my constant, for that, I might misunderstand a point that to someone knowledgeable in the subject would be a ludicrously simple one. My interest was aroused to me in 20 different directions. All those interest remained. I have written books on mythology, on bible, on Shakespeare, on history, science and so on.
I don't stare at blank sheets of paper, I don't spend days and night cudgelling that is empty of Ideas. Instead, simply, I leave the novel and go on to any of the dozen of the other projects that are on tap. I write an editorial, or essay or a short story or work on one of my non-fiction books. By the time I have grown tired of these things my mind has been able to do its proper work and fill up again, I return to my novel and find myself able to write easily once more.”

Therefore, his points above more of them focused on how to grow your ideas and let host on your brain, have a room enough to develop into a sentence into paragraph and then into a book or novel. The idea come first and then rewrite, or you can say that both sail in the same boat. It is true that any artist who got success is years of practice for perfection. And after some period of time, the success comes like a bullet train, and it becomes overnight success.

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I have had a good life and I have accomplished all I wanted to, and more than I had a right to expect I would.

Asimov, 1990

The first three books of Asimov had received Hugo award.

The Pebble in the Sky” (1950) was the first novel by Isaac Asimov. The below are the list of Books those are popular ones.

Famous books by Isaac Asimov

Nightfall voted the bested science fiction in 1964 from the Science Fiction of America.

There is an interesting story behind the name of Asimov. According to him there are three elementary English words, has, him & of. Therefore, leave two H and say it again. Isn't it interesting?

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