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Friday, October 19, 2012

How Much Advice Can One Book Take?

Portland Book Review asked me to ask the question: How Much Advice Can One Book Take? I ask and answer that question in their “Writers on Writing” section.

“The addiction began in an informal writing workshop. We would meet in bars and restaurants, have a bite and some drinks, and dig into one another’s fiction. Over beer and wine, we would both rip apart and wax poetic about one another’s work. Oh, it wasn’t the drink that became habit-forming. I craved the feedback …”

Read the “How Much Advice Can One Book Take” in the most recent issue of Portland Book Review. You can find it at the link below.


How much advice can YOUR book take?

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