How I Imploded My Poor Writing

It’s a myth that you can quickly succeed like King by just keeping up a daily habit of “poor writing.”

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Sure the age-old advice of “write every day even if it’s bad” might help you. But for fifty years it never helped me.

For fiction, my first love, I’ve tried the fast “poor” daily writing thing (and the slow daily…