WEDNESDAY’S WISDOM, A Quote By Raymond E. Feist

Raymond E. Feist

When you’re writing, the most important thing, your north star, is the ending. Every word you write should be weighed against that, and if it isn’t contributing to your ending, it’s a sideline and should be omitted. Readers know instinctively when a writer doesn’t have an ending yet.

Raymond E. Feist

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Diana Douglas, author. Coorganizer of the Arizona Novel Writers Workshop. Member Arizona Historical Novel Society, Member BooksGoSocial Authors, Transplanted Texan. http://www.meetup.com/Arizona-Writers-Workshop-com http://twitter.com/#!/themodernscribe
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6 Responses to WEDNESDAY’S WISDOM, A Quote By Raymond E. Feist

  1. David Waid says:

    I’ve never seen that advice before. It makes a ton of sense!

  2. I love these quotes you’re presenting to us. Keep ’em coming! 🙂

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