Posted on 07/03/2021 at 12:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
On Independence Day weekend, it feels wrong to give restrictive advice to writers.
So we’re delivering, from the Writer’s Digest archives, the most comfortable writing advice you may ever encounter.
Author Wendy Wax says that she had long hoped for someone to tell her one or two firm rules, but over the past twenty-plus years, she’s come to accept that there really aren’t any — that one's own mileage always varies.
Instead, she’s learned (and is sharing) six useful lessons about writing that should encourage and reassure other authors.
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