The Guardian in Great Britain approached a number of writers, such as Elmore Leonard, Annie Proulx, Ian Rankin, and Zadie Smith, to get ten rules of writing fiction from each. They have some interesting advice and certainly there’s something in there each of us can learn from. Check it out here.
A couple of writers advised that you can’t get any serious writing done on a computer that is connected to the internet. That’s something I’ve been thinking of doing: just unplugging for a few hours a day. Anyone else achieve good results with this strategy?