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The better it is written, the easier it will be to revise it, even if revising it means totally changing some aspect of it. (As long as revising doesn't mean totally changing all aspects of it?)

...or maybe I just want to believe that better writing in an early draft isn't wasted. I don't know. It seems to make sense...

...actually, I think I want to believe that I've gotten to the point where I know what to write well enough that I know what to focus on and won't write something where all aspects of it don't belong / need to be changed. Well, maybe I have, at that :) At least most of the time / enough of the time not to waste too much time. I guess I will see at some point.

Date: 2015-10-10 04:58 am (UTC)
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I was just reading a post on Tumblr about how no writing is wasted. (I can't find it again because Tumblr, but the quote is available here.) I think that's doubly true of good writing!

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