1 August 2013

Writing myths busted!

Novice writers have abundant advice available to benefit from – keep practising, join a writing group, network online and read widely. Experienced veterans have already established a strategy of what works for them and they proceed to do enough of it to keep their fans happy.

However, for the intermediate writer – one who has just begun to get published – the waters are murky. Such a “developing writer” has not yet mastered sufficient skill to churn out a sure-fire winner each time he writes. Yet he is not a complete novice and knows the rules of what he is doing. For the benefit of all of us “developing...

Read the full article in the August 2013 issue of Writing Tomorrow


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Suzanne Ruthven
The New Writer

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