12 Reminders for Writers Who Might Be Afraid to Let Their Favorite Story Go


Check out this post from the Novelty Revisions blog with 12 Reminders for Writers Who Might Be Afraid to Let Their Favorite Story Go

Meg Dowell

1. All stories must end.

2. All writers must say farewell to familiar characters and places to make room for creating new ones.

3. You are not a “failure” for leaving a beloved story behind.

4. In fact, the best writers are the ones who can let go, move on, and look back only in positive, constructive reflection.

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