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Writing is fraught with rules, some that aren't actually even rules at all. Here are seven writing rules you can totally break and feel good about it, too. (They mentioned breaking Strunk and White's rules! Hated that little book of grammar!

Sarah Waters' Ten Rules for Writing Fiction 1. Read like mad. But try to do it analytically – which can be hard, because the better and more compelling a novel is, the less conscious you will be of its devices. It’s worth trying to figure those devices out, however: they might come in useful in your own work. I find watching films also instructive. Nearly every modern Hollywood blockbuster is ...

Sarah Waters' Ten Rules for Writing Fiction Read like mad. But try to do it analytically – which can be hard, because the better and more compelling a novel is, the less conscious you

Read Better to Write Better | Jeni Chappelle

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