Write What You Know: Sage Advice or Hogwash?

Here’s a great way to start the 2020 New Year. Some new writing tips from one of the contributors at A Writer’s Path. I love what I learn from this website and hope it will help you too. Happy New Year!

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By Brenda Hill for A Writer’s Path. While writing my first novel, I attended a lot of classes and read tons of how-to books. “Show, Don’t Tell” was a mantra I heard from most writing instructors, and it’s a technique writers must master in order for the material to come alive in the readers’ minds. It’s also one of the most difficult to learn.

But “Write What You Know?” I’d swallowed that line just as surely as a large-mouth bass swallows a June bug. And I came to an abrupt halt.

It would work if I . . .

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Write What You Know: Sage Advice or Hogwash?

A Writer’s Path is a wonderful source for writing tips, information and advice. Take a look for yourself HERE to find out if there’s anything for you.

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