What's the best writing tip anyone's ever given you? What six little words have changed the way you think about writing or helped you overcome writer's block?
Share the best writing advice you've ever gotten right here in six words!
(If you're not totally clear on what a six-word memoir is, check out SMITH magazine, where the six-word memoir project was born, as well as the thread for the "Why I Write" contest we held in 2010--then come back here and contribute!)
Write your characters. Don't judge them.
I went through a bit of writer's block. When I whined to a friend that I couldn't write in a particular format and how it couldn't be considered writing, she said: "All forms of writing Is writing."
Don't edit your first draft, oy!