This is an excellent post on the need for writers to be dedicated to their craft and disciplined in their approaches to writing.
Many people talk about bad writing versus good writing. Often the label of “good” or “bad” extends past the writing to the writer. There are many possible reasons as to why one writer may be considered “bad,” while another is thought of as “good.” But what is the main difference between good and bad writers?
Good writers are persistent. They refuse to give up. Bad writers stop when they hit a roadblock.
Most often a writer’s first novel isn’t all that great. Writing takes work, and the more you write, and the more you learn to write, the better you become at it. Writing a novel, short story, etc. is a big feat. However, writing a piece of work is only the first part. Revising and editing a piece comes after. Many times revision takes longer than writing the piece.
A writer friend of mine can write a novel…
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