I loved reading this blog posted by Vikki Thompson on The View Outside.
Pertinent, and true it made me feel like I’m on my way to becoming a writer.
One point resonated, “Edit, revise, rewrite, until you are completely sick of it.”
Enjoy reading, and thanks Vikki for sharing
Good evening 🙂
Wow, this is weird posting at 7.30 at night lol
Today’s class was with author Linda Grant who’s work has won the Booker prize and been nominated several times.
Linda had some great words of advice, so here are a few of my notes:
Reading is your apprenticeship to becoming a writer. Read indiscriminately, a wide variety of different books.
The thing about writing a book is that you’ve just got to get on with it!
Sometimes, the plot has to be dumped. If the characters are good then just put them somewhere else.
The first novel she wrote was just for fun. the more novels she’s written, the more like pulling teeth it’s become.
Most writers would die before they let anyone see their first draft.
Edit, revise, rewrite, until you are completely sick of it.
If a novel you’re writing just isn’t working, and you’re…
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