Did you ever start writing a blog post only to realize you’d already written it?
I had an idea today to talk about how unimportant ideas are when it comes to writing (it’s execution that counts!) when I remembered I’d already written that post.
And everything I said then is still true now.
So I thought it may be helpful to do the occasional roundup of all the most useful (to me) writing posts I’ve ever written, in case you’re new to this blog, or missed it the first time around, or need a refresher, or what have you.
So without further ado:
On How Not to Show and Tell, and to go along with that Terrible Examples From An Actual Published Novel of Showing and Telling
and finally, On Doing What Works For You
This advice is by no means exhaustive; I have more in the “Writing” section of my blog above, and I daresay even more I haven’t written down yet. I hope some (or all!) of these are helpful to you, and please let me know some of your own top writing advice!
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