20 Pieces of Writing Advice from William Faulkner

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Doubleday Books
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“Don’t be ‘a writer’ but instead be writing. Being ‘a writer’ means being stagnant. The act of writing shows movement, activity, life. When you stop moving, you’re dead. It’s never too soon to start writing, as soon as you learn to read.” Literary Hub rounds up writing advice from William Faulkner.

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