I have been in the middle of moving my studio, buying a house, selling a house, leaving me with little time to write or paint but here is a fun post I thought I would share
Sometimes, I fantasise about becoming a world famous author and being interviewed on television, or radio, or, more likely these days, on a podcast! Woopty-do, eh? Of course, in the interview I would be asked if I had any advice for writers. It would be a great opportunity to debunk the stock standard rules for writing such as:
show don’t tell,
write what you know.
I would especially like to rapaciously ravage and eternally eradicate the slavish scorn for adverbs. I have no issues with abundant alliteration.
How smug I could be – arrogantly suggesting there are no rules for writing fiction. So, I thought about it a bit. What advice would I give?
Here’s one shot at it:
Have fun – you’re alone, you’re free to write whatever you like, why suffer?
Be bold – it’s not called creative writing for a joke.
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