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Twenty-five things you should know about typing
That is an appallingly sincere and painful fun look at typing from the professionals. Writings as if he were your best mate, Chuck Wendig shares a glass of wine and some of the things he learnt about living without restrictions. It is an excellent guide for novices, but even better for writers who have overlooked some of these lectures.
Doing one of the things an efficacious writer should do is awaken in the am to find something new about the craft. What do you want to do? It is my pleasure to read about the findings made by other authors. Looking through the review of this work, I noted that several one-star critics opposed some of Chuck's languages.
You know, a novel, a story, a paper, an item, it's a one-sided interview. As you read his words, you also think of his thoughts. This means that the act of understanding is the act of broadening your awareness, the way you see the outside universe, and making a big impact in your being.
The author is required to be bold, ambitious and obliged to use every instrument necessary to penetrate the rigid shell of faith in which the readership may be imbedded. Speech is the only instrument a author has. Occasionally the author has to use speech to shocking, to make a point, to interrupt the pace of incumbent thinking, to awaken you.
Well-written people do it deliberately, but great people do it intuitively because they realize that this is the true and most sincere manifestation of what they share. Wendig shares the view of an efficient and prosperous author. When someone gets his skirt dishevelled the way he does, it's not Chuck's doing, nor is it his own responsability to make it look like someone else as things should be.
The great authors do not alter themselves, they alter the surrounding environment through their sincerity and ardor.