But of all the writing advice in the whole entire world, this might be the only advice that really matters. We all have our own process and method and we should do what feels best for our own personal creative path.
And hope that the readers will find it when the time is right. Anyone wanting to impart their own wisdom is welcome to share in the comments.
Maybe even their first fifty stories. We are always striving to be better. Teens want magic and vampires, not all this techy mumbo-jumbo! The thing about rules and tips and advice is that you can choose to ignore them.
Write what you love. But one thing that is within your control is the work itself. So here is my best advice, to take, or not, as you so choose.
Use critique partners and listen closely to their feedback. There are a lot of factors outside of your control. If you are imagining works of genius, I can tell you that writer would laugh very, very hard. And on and on. Seriously, you could have asked anyone in the industry. I have read dozens and dozens over the years, and I learn something new with every guide I read.
Three of my personal favorites: Good luck and much inspiration to you all! Do you have any advice for aspiring writers? The one that constantly blows you away by their clever plot twists, their marvelous characterization, the way they make the words glow on the page.
By which I mean:I’m not nearly as qualified to give advice to aspiring writers, still being one myself! But a few tips I can think of: 1) Read! I don’t think it’s really possible to learn the craft of writing without reading other people’s, and reading a lot.
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Wonderful advice. Thank you for this post. Plot & Structure is on the top shelf of my craft book library. I also highly recommend "Writing Tools: 50 Essential Strategies for Every Writer" by Roy Peter Clark.Download