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Friday, 10 June 2016

WRITERS ON WRITING #82: Joanne Harris


If you want to be published, don't write as therapy.  Writing about yourself is a recipe for a dull story.  You can put your feelings into the story, by all means, and it might prove therapeutic, but it shouldn't be your starting point.

Interview from the Mslexia: For Women Who Write website [date unspecified]


Click HERE to visit the website of British writer JOANNE HARRIS (author of the 1999 bestseller Chocolat and many other fine novels).

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