Excellent Story Telling Advice

Well, this was too good to leave in the comments. Big thanks to Neil Baker for the link.

And it’s so true. We DO have to wait for our talent/understanding of the craft/ability to catch up with our taste. It’s all part of the process.

7 Comments on “Excellent Story Telling Advice

  1.  by  Nik Perring

    I know just what you mean, Ann. Actually I wonder too whether the desire and drive to be good, and the pride of finishing something, can distort our views of our own work.Perhaps…Nik

  2.  by  Lauri

    I blogged about something slightly similar not that long ago. I wondered how you get people who publish their first book and it goes ninja. I'm definitely in a learning phase and I have been a published author for more than 5 years with 9 published books and plenty of published stories. I see that gap. I agree you must keep working. In a way it may be better if no one publishes you during that time. But my journey has gone the way my journey has gone. No regrets, I'm just saying.

  3.  by  Nik Perring

    I think the most important part about writing (and probably LIFE as well!) is that we are always learning; it's important! But no, I don't think there can be any regrets with anything we write – nothing's wasted.Nik

  4.  by  Nik Perring

    Brilliant. Thanks Neil. I'll get you linked to – looking forward to reading your blog too.And thanks again for the links.Much appreciated because they're very, very good.Nik

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