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Never make it up as you go along. Always know where you came from, where you’re going, and who you’re going there with. In other words, jot down some notes about your opening scene, your final scene, and your main characters before you even write page one. – Frederick S. Blackmon

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Learn to embrace the writing technique of drafting. You can take so much pressure off your mind by simply writing several drafts before publication. Don’t expect gold on the first try. Allow yourself the creative freedom to experiment and play with the manuscript first. – Frederick S. Blackmon

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Never throw anything away. Keep your old journals, crumpled up napkins and suicide notes. There may be literary gold there. – Frederick S. Blackmon

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Every good writer has to be a great reader first. – Unknown

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