With all the blog posts I have read about learning to write faster—I have even heard of “how to write a book in a weekend, I want to take a moment to re-emphasize the value of writing slowly and carefully. Perhaps, what I would like to stop a moment to ponder is the literary equivalent of “slow cooking.” But…
This is not the first time I have taken time to consider the value to you of slow writing. In September of 2012, I wrote a piece for this blog entitled “Linger With Your Story — It’s a Good Habit to Develop.” I’d like to bring this post to your attention today. Click here to read that article. It is well worth your attention.
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