Publication coach Daphne Gray-Grant shares five ways to salvage writing disasters – from poorly written articles to weak anecdotes.
But first, as ever, a quip:
“The process of writing has something infinite about it. Even though it is interrupted each night, it is one single notation.” ~ Elias Canetti.
Writing is a long, fluid process – and writing well is even longer and more fluid! Gray-Grant’s tips on salvaging writing disasters are excellent ways to ensure you’re writing fluidly and well. And, have you heard of Rejected: Tales of the Failed, Dumped, and Canceled, edited by Jon Friedman? It’s a funny compendium of authors, cartoonists, and columnists who were rejected from everywhere from Marie Claire to Buddy Hackett interviews for Time magazine. These writers’ stories give hope to hopeless writers!
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