Tuesday, I led a workshop titled When You Say Nothing At All, making the point that as writers, what we don’t say is sometimes more important that what we do. It’s easy to obsess with perfecting the prose when we should be worrying about the story we’re telling. Good prose can’t salvage a poor story, but a great story will hide a lot of sins in the writing.
Story comes first, all else will follow.
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