When my book is made into a movie, I have some definite ideas who I would cast.
If I wrote a fictional story about a lady who traveled the world on the proceeds from the sale of a Jesus sandwich, you'd call it lazy storytelling.
Plotting, I now understand, restricts the playful nature of my little story pecker. — Craig D. Williams
(Tolstoy) was always revising, right down to the time of page proofs. He went through and rewrote “War and Peace” eight times and was still making corrections in the galleys. Things like this should hearten every writer whose first drafts are dreadful, like mine are. – Raymond Carver 799 total views, no views today