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Writing Lessons

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Peter Darbyshire -- author of Please and The Warhol Gang -- offers some of the best writing tips he’s learned over the years:

If your father comes after your family with a gun, then make damn sure you write about it before he does.

Writing fiction is about getting even with your ex-lovers.

Write what you know, unless what you know happens to be criminal in nature. It turns ou
Published (first published January 1st 2011)
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Robin Spano
OMG this is exactly what I needed today. I fear that some of the stories in these lessons might not be entirely truthful, but I want them to be and that's how I know it's great writing.

Recommended for any writer. ANY writer.
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I'm the author of Please and The Warhol Gang. I'm also the author of The Mona Lisa Sacrifice under the pen name Peter Roman.
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