Quote of the Day

“Treating a novel like a hands-on writing classroom – where advancement relies as much on dramatic failures as it does on heroic successes – has been an amazingly liberating experience for me. And it’s taught me exactly what aspects of noveling I’m good at (coffee drinking and complaining) and what my weaknesses are (dialogue, character development, plot, etc.).”

– From Chris Baty’s book, No Plot? No Problem!

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4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. dayner
    Nov 04, 2009 @ 23:16:49

    Yes, I can also relate to everything he says.

    Reply

  2. natasha
    Nov 04, 2009 @ 21:58:21

    …working on the dramatic failures in this corner…

    Reply

  3. darksculptures
    Nov 04, 2009 @ 18:30:55

    I can see why you are enjoying his book so much.

    Reply

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