The open book: what writers don’t tell writers about writing (part 6)

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As I’ve worked, on and off, on this series, I’ve tried to consolidate the questions and blind spots I see (and have personally encountered) on creating — and thriving — in a writing career. I get asked, and see others asked, what the single best piece of advice they can give to writers just starting out…and the best answer, across the board, is to read. Read everything…

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Caren Gussoff Sumption

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Writer, dabbler, bon vivant. Nerdy words for nerdy people.

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