When writing, it is important to have a place to go. For instance, Ernest Hemingway always ended a writing session in the middle of a sentence, thus insuring that he had a place to go when he started the next day. I've relearned this lesson over and over again in my own work. If I […]
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How do you stay true to the pure heart of what you are writing? The other day, in my Burning Questions post, I invited people to leave their burning questions.* Yesterday's post came from one question. Today I'm going to answer another one, this one from Patty, who has a thoughtful blog you should check […]