Often Funny – Author Invented Rules for Writing

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Hello SEers. John with you today.  I think we all could use a little fun today.

I was doing some research (ahem, make that surfing the net) when I came across an article from the Guardian UK describing several author-provided rules for writing.  I was taken with the list of Richard Ford, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Independence Day. Here is his list:

1 Marry somebody you love and who thinks you being a writer’s a good idea.

2 Don’t have children.

3 Don’t read your reviews.

4 Don’t write reviews. (Your judgment’s always tainted.)

5 Don’t have arguments with your spouse in the morning or late at night.

6 Don’t drink and write at the same time.

7 Don’t write letters to the editor. (No one cares.)

8 Don’t wish ill on your colleagues.

9 Try to think of others’ good luck as encouragement…

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