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Write A Story

Don’t write an essay (unless you really want it); the story should be the protagonist. This doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t ask a specialist if you will write about an airplane crash; it means that you shouldn’t fill your novel with facts.

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The Perfect Moment

Don’t wait for the perfect moment — perfect desk, perfect place, perfect silence. You don’t need this to write; you need your laptop (or paper), your will and some amount of imagination.

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Good Characters

Good Characters

Characters are like humans. We have the goodness and the badness in us.

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Writing Is Just A Part Of Your Life

Take care of what you love in your life. Writing is fantastic, but is not everything.

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Be Productive

He says that a writer shouldn’t spend more than three months writing the first draft of a novel.

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Read And Write A Lot

Read And Write A Lot

The first lesson and the most obvious one is that you have to read and write a lot. He even says that if you don’t have time to read, you don’t have time (nor tools) to write. He adds that reading bad prose will make you a better writer and help will you learn what errors to avoid.

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How To Be A Writer

How To Be A Writer

“On Writing” is not a typical writing guide. It’s the biography of a writer. Sure, he gives a lot of advice regarding the writing process, but the main connectors are his own life and experiences.

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What you can learn from Stephen King. If you are a writer you need to know this.

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1. Write in one sitting

Write the first draft of your story  in as short a time as possible. If you’re writing a short story, try to write it in one sitting. If you’re writing a novel, try to write it in one season (three months).

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Realistic optimism

Ask yourself two simple questions when you feel you’re being treated badly or unfairly.

  • What are the facts in this situation?
  • What’s the story I’m telling myself about those facts? What do I really want as an outcome?

Novelty

Telling people something novel doesn't always mean surprising them. It could mean telling them something they knew unconsciously but were unable to put into words. In fact, those insights are often more valuable because they are more fundamental.

The way to get novelty is to write ab...

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