Advice From Famous Writers

Medieval writing desk

Reading this article felt like someone massaging my soul and tenderly caressing my ego. It gave me goosebumps and made me smile. It  reminded me that I’m a writer despite my hesitancy to call myself one. It’s never a bad thing to read about how other writers write or the thought process that goes into creating art. The advice you get you know is correct because these writers survived the trenches, they survived the tar pits and came out shining. Oh, and they reminded me that sometimes it’s okay to be overdramatic, as long as you remember to dislodge your tongue from your cheek afterwards.

Read these nuggets of truth. You won’t be sorry.

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