This advice is so spot on that more writers deserve to see it.
Take this advice to heart:
- Never write a novel to prove something.
If you are going to be a novelist, then just do your job. Publishing a novel is not a way to prove something. The objective of a work of fiction is to transport the reader to another world created in print. It is not meant to impress people who have no intention of being transported and probably only will be looking for faults in your work anyway.
- If you write for your own therapy, it’s not for publishing.
Every writer has a book that is not meant to be published. We might call them private journals, notes, fiction for my own consumption, whatever. If you write something for yourself, keep it to yourself. There is nothing shameful about writing something that cannot be published. And things that are written for your mental well being rarely accomplishes the objective…
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This article gave me better insight of writing thanks. It kind of inspired me Eve.
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Just as it should be, Thanks Eve
Hi, dwhiterise! Thanks for the comment. 🙂
You are Welcome Eve