Writing Involves Risk

“I once heard that F. Scott Fitzgerald only wrote one-hundreds words per day but they were the right words.

I’m learning to delete sections, chapters, dialogue and failed plot twists I’ve slaved over for a thousand hours to write.

The more I write, the less I suffer major losses of good writing.” – Phyllis E. Davis, author, The Ruin of Charles Lynch

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