Stephen King’s 10% Rule And The Secret Power Of The Delete Button – by Ruth Harris…

on Anne R. Allen:

Because: what you leave out is as important as what you put in.

I’m not saying the delete key is magic, but sometimes it can feel that way.

  • Skillful use of the delete button will help you show instead of tell.
  • Will add to the page-turning quality of your book.
  • Will help create books readers stay up late to finish.

The delete button is the quickest, easiest way to transform your draft.

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