Bullshit Writing Rules

I marvel at them. Most of them are simply not true.

Writing courses don’t always teach you what you need to know. Pixabay

Marketing to writers has become big business. According to some statistics, some 84% of Americans want to become writers. That is a very over-subscribed market, and as a result, writers cannot find enough readers. It is, of course, useless to earn an income from writing if nobody wants to read you.

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Born to write, and born to read. Found out yet that words can make you bleed?

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Tessa Schlesinger

Tessa Schlesinger

Author writing fiction. Loves photography, beauty, decor, dancing, travel, & secular ethics. Born and bred in Africa.

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