Friday, February 26, 2010

The Guardian's 10 rules for writing fiction

It's hard to call yourself a writer when you can't write decent fiction. (That sums up my dilemma.) But The Guardian's two-part "Ten rules for writing fiction" from writers for writers makes for good non-fiction reading. A number of gems here. Quite a bit of it has to do with computers and the Internet. But I think Philip Pullman has the best one. In the end, to each his own. Follow these links for Part 1 and Part 2.

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