I think I speak for all of us when I say that writing is bloody hard work. Not just getting the right words down, but also getting the tone just right, doing good characterisation, proper pacing, and a ton more things go into creating a good story.
It’s tough, but somehow there are writers out there who seem to do it without breaking a sweat.
How do they do it?
How do they manage to write book after book, yet never seem to struggle with all the same things we do?
While I’m sure that it’s no walk in the park for them either, it does seem like they’re doing something different that helps them do what they do.
So I’ve taken 10 authors and looked at what I’ve learned from them. Not all of them are good things, but they have all been helpful in teaching me something important…
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