Writing: do what works for you September 6, 2022 Mark Hastings books, Podcast, Poetryinspiration, life, love, me, people, poem, poet, poetry, writer, writing In this episode Mark gives some insight into his writing process and what works for him when he is writing, and also why it important to find your own way as an artist that works you – because not every writer or artist is the same. Mark discusses what is important if you want to be writer of any kind of success and of any style of writing, and why all writers do what they do and why they should. AdvertisementShare this:TwitterFacebookMorePrintRedditPinterestWhatsAppEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Love this. We should definitely do what works for us, and not try to emulate other people word-for-word (heh).
Regarding the topic of endings in your podcast, I heard somewhere that writers never truly end their stories—they just stop editing. There comes a time where you just need to say ‘I’m going to stop here’ and move on to the next project.
Anyway, thanks for this post!
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