Your Daily Writing Habit – Episode 822: Reframing Failure in the Editing Process

WritingYour Daily Writing Habit – Episode 822: Reframing Failure in the Editing Process

Your Daily Writing Habit – Episode 822: Reframing Failure in the Editing Process

“I do so much writing. But so much of it never goes anywhere, never sees any light of day. I suppose that’s like gardening in the basement. I don’t publish so much of what I write. I just seem to plow it back into the soil of what I write after it, rewriting and rewriting, thinking that somehow it gets better after the fifty-second-time around. I need to learn to abandon my writing. To let go of it. Dispose of it, like tissue.”
― J.R. Tompkins

Reframing failure in the book editing process. A better approach.

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