Some of us writers are tearing our hair out, because we censor ourselves while writing. “Will the readier like this? Or will the reader like THAT better? What will sell?” We all love to write, but there’s the bills and the kids’ tuition and the other kids’ ballet lesson – you get the picture. Dean Wesley Smith has a post on productivity and work ethic in writing. There’s also some history – did you know that Dickens was one of the first pulp writers? He wrote fast – and now he’s a classic. This could happen to you.

(Photo location: Espresso a Mano, my favorite Pittsburgh coffee shop.)

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