Famous Well-Chosen Words

I simply wish to share this post, which I discovered on A Not So Jaded Life blog. Good stuff for aspiring writers, so read on if you are one of us. All has been said before, of course, but here we have the added spice of well-chosen words by famous authors

1. Cut the boring parts I try to leave out the parts that people skip. ~Elmore Leonard Unless you’re writing for personal reasons alone, you need to consider the attention of your readers. There’s …

Source: Some advice,perhaps. Be ruthless.

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About Elizabeth Mapstone

Author of novels, short stories, a self-help book that really works and a serious work on the psychology of argument. Former psychotherapist, now retired and writing fiction.
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