Your Daily Writing Habit – Episode 661: 3 Tips for Applying Brevity to your Writing
“Pascal once wrote a long, drawn-out letter to a friend, then apologized in the postscript that he didn’t have time to write a short one. Like Pascal, screenwriters learn that economy is key, that brevity takes time, that excellence means perseverance.” -Robert McKee.
Great writing requires choices. Decisions must be made about what to keep and what to cut. The better you are at it, the better your book will be. In today’s episode – 3 ways to apply brevity to your work.
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