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Write What You Know Personally, I think that’s bogus advice without more explanation, but being told "don’t write what you know" might panic new writers, for two reasons: First, like most of us, the very nature of our life experience necessarily means we know an awful lot (or think we do).
I didn't understand why people would read my writing tips when the web is awash. We only have our words to communicate with passion and power.. You can inspire change – even if you feel you don't have the required.
I agree, don’t just write what you know, write what you love. Look it up, learn about it. Share that passion. But I think the worst advice is to just keep writing. If you keep writing and submitting and getting rejected, you will get discouraged. But keep learning with conferences, classes, and critique groups- three good Cs!
Often when you don’t feel like writing, the first few paragraphs don’t come out very well. It feels a little like stuttering, and you may be tempted to just pack it in for the day. Here’s where you’ve got to lower your standards and give yourself some slack. The trick is to allow yourself to write badly. It doesn’t matter.
Write what you know. Write what you don’t know. But most of all write what you’d rather not know’. Ok, so we have many choices as writers. I’ll start with the ever popular Write What You.
Some days you just don’t feel like writing. The inspiration isn’t there and you feel like you don’t have anything important to say. Your writing career is on the back burner because you have so many other things to do with – your job, your kids, your life, everything.
· When you love someone and they don’t love you back, it can feel like your world is ending. The pain you’re experiencing is very real. Science has even shown that rejection activates the same pain-sensing neurons in your brain that physical pain does. You can’t control how you feel, but you can learn to get past the pain of romantic rejection and move on with your life.