5 Insane Lessons I Learned From Writing a Book

Stephen King said “When you’re writing a story, you’re telling yourself a story. When you rewrite, you’re taking out all the things that are not the story.”

When I first set off to write this episode I wanted to talk about the things that are basic, general, that everyone should, the principle lessons learned. But its not authentic. It’s not me.

Recently I came into a situation, still going through it but it inspired a story for the latest 30 day challenge. The story kept cooking in my mind and I just had to tell it, 20k words of how I felt in this situation belted out of me.

What I want to talk about is what no one else talks about. The taboo side of writing. This is 5 Insane Lessons I Learned From Writing a Book.

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