“It’s easier to write long than short, and people are not going to read something that’s long.”
When these words were told to my psychology class by my professor a few days ago, my heart dropped. 568 more words
Like Pynchon, I really want to be a Martin Amis fan. He’s certainly got that British wit that I love. Also, he populates his novels with unlikable blowhards, which I’ve always enjoyed for some reason. 465 more words
Evening all! So I’m totally going to steal Alan Carr’s catchphrase: What a week it’s been!
I climbed the O2 in London on Tuesday night and got to see the sun setting behind Canary Wharf. 1,016 more words
Once you’ve completed your manuscript, the fun begins. You will need to go back and cut it by a minimum of 10 percent. That sounds like a lot but once you start taking a closer look at the wording of your sentences, and the information included, you will be surprised at the number of unnecessary words you have used. 257 more words