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Lauren Baratz-Logsted | Lauren Baratz-Logsted

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Mar.28.2012
The one surefire way to have your book be a bestseller is to use “bee” or “bees” in the title – go ahead and try it; you know you want to.
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Mar.27.2012
Not every reader will “get” you as a writer – get over it. 
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Mar.26.2012
There's little in life more exciting for a writer than discovering a reader who totally gets what you write.
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Mar.25.2012
And Woody Allen was also right: “Eighty percent of success is showing up.”   
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Mar.24.2012
Hamlet was right: “the readiness is all.”
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Mar.23.2012
Get out of your own way.
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Mar.22.2012
Don’t set the bar so low that any fool could just walk right over it.
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Mar.21.2012
Don’t set the bar so high that you’re setting yourself up to fail.
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Mar.20.2012
If you wanted to be a doctor, you wouldn’t apologize for going to medical school, so why apologize for taking time to write when writing – along with reading – is a writer’s education?
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Mar.18.2012
Cormac McCarthy can get away with using dialogue without quotes – it’s a style decision – but you need to know the rules before you can deliberately decide to break them.