One of the best—albeit more peculiarly expressed—pieces of advice Douglas Wilson gives to writers inWordsmithy: Hot Tips for the Writing Lifeis diversify:
Stretch before your routines.If you want to write Italian sonnets, try to write some short stories. If you want to write a few essays, write a novel, or maybe a novella if you are pressed for time. If you want to write haiku, then limber up with opinion pieces for The Washington Post.
(Read more ofWilson’s advice to writers here.)
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