Monday, 14 September 2009

Writing Tips

This is wise, and true:

It rarely takes more than a page to recognize that you're in the presence of someone who can write, but it only takes a sentence to know you're dealing with someone who can't.

(By the way, here's a simple way to find out if you're a writer. If you disagree with that statement, you're not a writer. Because, you see, writers are also readers.)

From a longer piece by screenwriter Josh Olson. The last sentence is the most important.

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