First of all...will someone tell me how to write the word don't's -- don'ts -- dont's (no, that one is certainly wrong) Grammar police anywhere?
Ok, on with today's thought:
As aspiring writers, we have read books, attended conferences, enjoyed great blog posts from fellow writers --
all in an effort to glean a little insight into the writing process. To learn, to improve our craft, to move closer to our goals....and to have a little fun along the way.
Such fun is the purpose of this post.
Let's all post one "DO" and one "DON'T" in the comment section. It can be anything.....anything at all.
something learned long ago or just yesterday
something you have worked into your skill set or something you strive for, but have not yet achieved
serious or goofy
you get the idea
Oh, I do hope you all particiapte
One more thing : these do not have to be original thoughts and you only have to give credit when you can remember the source. Let's keep it easy to play, shall we?
Ok, I'll go first:
DO: let your readers be smart
DON'T: rush the journey of writing (great post found here -- thanks, Lady Glamis. I've been pondering on it and it has helped)
see you in the comment section....oooh, I can't wait to get some good old fashioned advice :)