You’re a writer. Therefore, you are a depressed starving artist who survives on whiskey. Right?
Myths. Stereotypes. Assumptions. The notion that not only are these things connected with writers, but that they are actually necessary for a person to be a good writer is harmful.
It’s all about perspective. As writers, we don’t want to limit ourselves to our own unique perspective, one single way of looking at the world. We want to tell stories rich with diverse viewpoints and varied understandings of life.
Whether you like your caffeine in a colorful mug, an espresso cup, or an IV, most of us can agree that coffee is fantastic. But have you ever considered its similarities to writing?
Writers write. And writing is the absolute best way to become a better writer. But here are a few aspects of writing that don't involve pen and paper.
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