A great bit of advice from Theodora Goss. Worth the read.
I thought it might be interesting to put down some of the things I’ve learned from teaching writing. From writing too, of course, but I find that when I teach writing, I tend to make certain points over and over. Because these are the sorts of things that many writing students need to work on. So I thought they might be interesting to point out here as well, for those of you who are writers, or who simply want to improve your writing . . .
The first one I want to talk about has to do with observation. If you want to be a writer, you need to also be an observer . . . someone who is curious about the physical world around you. I don’t know about you, but I find it harder to write about the physical world than about mental states. It’s easy enough to…
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