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Spanish culture is very popular and is an amazing way to borrow inspiration for tattoos and any form of art.

Spanish tattoo is a really absolute delicate tattoo and looks really good on the people wearing it. Here are some amazing ideas for Spanish tattoos. Then there are the rituals for staying focused. “I’m quite a disciplined writer and when doing a book set myself a target of 1,000 words a day,” says Gyles Brandreth. “I don’t allow myself a lunch break until I have hit 400 words and keep going until I have hit 1,000; 995 isn’t enough. It has to be the full thousand, even if it means going on into the evening.”Spanish quotes and Spanish writing really do enhance the beauty of any Spanish tattoo. This tattoo is quite a fine example of that. The tattoo is of a famous Spanish quote, ‘Que Sera Sera.” This is translated to, “What will be, will be.” The tattoo looks really pretty on the left wrist of the wearer and is really an absolutely gorgeous idea to get a Spanish tattoo on the wrist. There is no visible inflammation and the tattoo artist has been really gentle with the wearer to make this. If that all sounds like a regime worthy of the British Army, it’s not so bad. “I do reward myself as I go,” he adds. “I bring a tea to the desk, but can’t take a sip until I have typed the first full sentence. I only allow myself a biscuit between paragraphs.” All these sweet incentives mean he makes sure to weigh himself each morning. “A 100,000-word murder mystery can see me put on about 6lbs.” ‘If you have an idea for a poem and you tell someone about it, you will never write the poem’ (Photo: Getty, David Levenson)

In a similar vein, poet and essayist Rebecca Tamás will never say a piece of writing is finished, even when she thinks it is. “I’ll say that something is ‘nearly finished’ even as I send it off, completed, to my editor or agent – because somehow if I say it’s done, I fear I’ll jinx myself, and realise something else needs to be added to it.” Anthony Horowitz is two chapters away from finishing his latest “whodunnit” murder mystery and something is worrying him. If anything should happen to him before he has finished, how will anyone know whodunnit? This week he revealed that, when a book is in progress, he puts the name of the killer in an envelope to be opened by his wife, Jill Green, just in case. For poet Wendy Cope, the secret is to keep shtum. “If you have an idea for a poem and you tell someone about it, you will never write the poem,” she says. “I don’t think this is a superstition. It is true for me and for many poets I’ve talked with.”

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