You know when the writing in a book is good or bad.
It’s something we just know. But for some reason, we are blinded when applying the same standard to our own writing.
Because we get too close to the story. The characters are friends and family. And who wants to be mean to people we love? There are endless reasons.
But as writers, it’s important to know when our writing is good.
Want to know? Want to be a great writer? Keep reading.
How do you judge good writing?
Do you rely on friends and partners to tell you the truth?
What stood out in Ms. Dowdall’s article?
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