The open book: what writers don’t tell writers about writing (part 7)

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If there’s a million dollar writing question, it’s this (understanding of course, there are some 2 million dollar questions, usually on getting an agent/publication):

Should writers write every day?

Read ten writing books.

No, ask ten writers.

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

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