Open your mind to new experiences, particularly to the study of other people. Nothing that happens to a writer — however happy, however tragic — is ever wasted.

P.D. James (b. 1920) British mystery writer [Phyllis Dorothy James White]
In “Ten Rules for Writing Fiction,” The Guardian (20 Feb 2010)
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1 Response to In “Ten Rules for Writing Fiction,” The Guardian (20 Feb 2010)

  1. chamblee54 says:

    What if the author is the one who is wasted?

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