How fast do you write? This and more in Traci’s writing links of the week!
“Not every writer is interested instyle.If they can write
lean, mean plots that move, with interesting characters and a satisfying
ending, that’s enough. They’d rather write fast and turn out more work than
spend extra time trying to find the “right” words.
Isaac Asimov was such a
writer. He purposely developed a stripped-down style so he could churn out the
books. He was once asked what he would do if he found out he had just six
months to live. “Type faster,” he said.” I can see both sides. I want my
stories to be the most important, but I’d love to add a little zip to things. I
read poetry every other morning and keep a journal for morning writing or those
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