Fortune Cookie Writing Tips 2

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A couple of weeks ago, I gave you several writing tips based upon fortune cookies. Now, it’s your turn to come up with the best writing tip based on this fortune:

Adventure is worthwhile in itself.

What tidbit of writing wisdom, pithy tip, or hilarious anecdote can you offer today? Or let me know what your best writing tip is in the comments!

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2 thoughts on “Fortune Cookie Writing Tips 2

  1. The most aggravating writing cliche is “Write what you know.” Do not interpret this as meaning that you should stay where you are. Explore. Know new things. Before you can writing something down you have to pick yourself up. The greatest adventures of writing are often hiding in the most unexpected places–so you have to go find them.

    1. I am so glad that I’m not the only one who thinks “write what you know” is annoying advice. It is a start, but not the end point. I loved  “the greatest adventures are often hiding in the most unexpected places.” So true and what a great insight.

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