Writing Advice from Ray Bradbury


“You fail only if you stop writing.”

Known for writing a short story every week, the late master of science fiction Ray Bradbury had a rather pragmatic philosophy when it came to writing, which he described in his book Zen in the Art of Writing: Essays on Creativity, which is a must read for writers who need a bit of inspiration. Here is some of the best advice about the creative process of writers that can be found in any book.

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