Ten rules for writing fiction | Books | theguardian.com

Ten rules for writing fiction | Books | theguardian.com.

Mostly I’m putting this here for me. There are some great bits of information here, things which any writer could and should hear from time to time. Some of this is motivational, some is good solid advice and some is funny (but funny because it’s true).

And while I was going to close with a Neil Gaiman quote, that’s a bit cliche at this point so instead, I’ll sum up with probably the best advice one could ever get, this one coming from Richard Ford:

“Marry somebody you love and who thinks you being a writer’s a good idea.”

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