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"When I write, I feel like an armless, legless man with a crayon in his mouth."--Kurt Vonnegut
"I believe the road to hell is paved with adverbs, and I will shout it from the rooftops."--Stephen King, On Writing
"I have my own dislikes--I believe that anyone using the phrase 'That's so cool' should have to stand in the corner, and that those using the far more odious phrases 'at this point in time' and 'at the end of the day' should be sent to bed without supper."--Stephen King, On Writing
"I know some very great writers, writers you love who write beautifully and have made a great deal of money, and not ONE of them sits down routinely feeling wildly enthusiastic and confident. Not one of them writes elegant first drafts." "All right, one of them does, but we do not like her very much."--Anne … Continue reading Quintessential Quotes: #writingwisdom–Writealready2017
by Claudia Blood I’m not sure about the rest of you, but I have to trick myself into writing. Yes, I want to be a writer, but writing is HARD. Daydreaming about stories is almost as satisfying as writing them down and far easier. There’s none of that messy grammar or infestation of typos or […] … Continue reading Tricking yourself into writing — The Cat’s Write
Have you ever noticed how many “How To Be A Writer” guides are floating around the internet? Have you seen all the articles about what being a writer means, detailing tips to fit the bill, sharing the holy guidelines you have to follow to truly be able to classify yourself as a “Writer”? Not that […] … Continue reading How Not To Be A Writer — Life Is Fiction
You think you know how to write fiction? You probably don’t. Not unless you follow these four cardinal writing rules. Remember: some highly successful writers break these rules and still write great stuff. But you are not one of them. It is not possible to break these rules and write great stuff unless you are … Continue reading 4 Rules for Writing Fiction You Can Ignore — Ellie Scott