No tears in the writer, no tears in the reader. #quotes #authors #writers

No tears in the writer, no tears in the reader. No surprise in the writer, now surprise in the reader.

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"fiction writing is a strange business when you think about it. you sit down and weave a network of lies to explore a deeper truth -- Wally Lamb

one of the biggest, and possibly the biggest, obstacle to becoming a writer... is learning to live with the fact that the wonderful story in your head is infinitely better, truer, more moving, more fascinating, more perceptive, than anything you're going to manage to get down on paper.

the biggest obstacle. is learning to live with the fact that the wonderful story in you head is infinitely better, truer, more moving, more fascinating.

But... the emotions you evoke depends on the words you use, so...

Good writing leads to a good read, and a good read leads to an experience enjoyed by our mind and perceived to all of our senses.

Only a writer

“Only a writer … will hold conversations between people that don’t exist. We don’t talk to ourselves … we talk to the people we created from nothing.” or from dreams or from better memories.

Louis L'Amour - genious

Awesome writing quote by Louis L'Amour. This is exactly what I'm learning in my creative writing class.

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Quotable - Nadine C. Keels - Writers Write Creative Blog

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Anne Lamott

Anne Lamott: Writing is about hypnotizing yourself into believing in yourself, getting some work done, then un-hyponotizing yourself and going over the material coldly.

Written by Tabitha Durant. - Very clever observation. Every story has two sides. - *suddenly hit by SI*

Written by Tabitha Durant. - Very clever observation. Every story has two sides. This is an awesome book prompt, and very good to think about when you are writing and creating.

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"I think every writer stands in the doorway of their prison. The very act of storytelling is a return to the prison of what torments us and keeps us captive, and writers are repeat offenders.

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