Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Words of Wisdom

"Whenever you write, whatever you write, never make the mistake of assuming the audience is any less intelligent than you are." – Rod Serling

"Writing is a solitary business. It takes over your life. In some sense, a writer has no life of his own. Even when he's there, he's not really there." – Paul Auster

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2 comments:

Renee Ryan said...

"Whenever you write, whatever you write, never make the mistake of assuming the audience is any less intelligent than you are." – Rod Serling

WOW, love this quote!!!!! And if we as writers actually took Rod's words to heart we would avoid the dreaded backstory dump! Cardinal sin, numero uno (IMHO).

~Renee~

Leslie Ann said...

Renee,
So true!
LA