Brilliant. Among Roddy Doyle’s ten rules for writers :
Do not place a photograph of your favourite author on your desk, especially if the author is one of the famous ones who committed suicide.
Do be kind to yourself. Fill pages as quickly as possible; double space, or write on every second line. Regard every new page as a small triumph
Do give the work a name as quickly as possible. Own it, and see it. Dickens knew Bleak House was going to be called Bleak House before he started writing it. The rest must have been easy.
Do change your mind. Good ideas are often murdered by better ones. I was working on a novel about a band called the Partitions. Then I decided to call them the Commitments.
Do not search amazon.co.uk for the book you haven’t written yet.