But First It Need To Be Cut Correctly

a: Good writing ~
b: sanding wood

What: "GOOD writing should peel away those old layers. The layers of dirt and weathering. The layers that are scratched and imperfect. Good writing slowly grinds all of those defects away and you're left raw and vulnerable. Naked and as unmarked as the day you were born. Seriously. That's what sanding does to wood, and that is what we as writers should be doing (and readers get to reap the benefits)."

Writer: L. E. Harvey
Where: Reference Link Has Evaporated
Date: Mar 15 2013 3:44 PM

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