Creating Short Fiction - Part 6, Being A Writer Summary & Analysis

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Part 6, Being A Writer Summary and Analysis

Work Habits and Pleasures and Pains

A writer needs to be disciplined and plan a writing schedule that works for himself and then stick to it. Some writers need to invent sticks or carrots to get their writing done. The process of becoming a good writer is at times painful but in the end worthwhile. Writing gives one a freedom that a regular job does not. However, writers face many ups and downs in their careers and many times with only meager earnings.

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A well-written story has a good chance of being published. An editor will look for three key things in considering a work: Whether the writer is writing for the reader; whether the story has a solid form; and, whether the writer has a good command of language. Every writer will...

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