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As a writer, one of the questions I’m asked at meetups is “what is your best writing tip?”
Now, I’ve writing for a little while, and have a smattering of writing credits, but the more I work on my writing, the less qualified I feel to dole out a writing tip or two.
So, as is usual practice on this blog, I’ll throw the question to you:
What is the best creative writing tip you’ve ever given or received?
I’ve collected all the links on my blog that share insightful writing tips on this page : Advice from Authors, Editors, Literary Agents. Many authors, writing tutors, editors and literary agents have shared insights into their own writing processes, and given out a concrete writing tip or two that much of this blog’s audience has found useful over the years. Collating it all took time: I hope it is worth the effort. Check it out.
And then, in the comments, share your ‘best writing tip.’
Not a writer? Share your ‘life tip.’ Both tend to work together, I find: what’s good for life is often good for writing.
Who are your heroes in writing (authors), in fiction (protagonists), and in life (people you admire)? Why?
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