I found Neil's rules for writing fiction really interesting. I wrote about them here.
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Why not write about them here?
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I noticed there's a lot of writers that don't follow those rules. I've been reading between the lines lately.
I also wondered about travel. Neil is always on the road. Doesn't that take away from his writing time? Not that I don't appreciate his touring. I'd love for him to come to my town, but that uses up his precious time. Time is a writer's most valuable asset, isn't it? That's what J.K. Rowling said.
"All that is gold does not glitter. Not all those who wander are lost." ~ Tolkien
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