To get your tale right means you cannot shirk
Your plotting, your characters, your big scene
Ensuring all you write IS all you mean.
There is no shortcut! The joy of writing is in enjoying the hard work and seeing it as part of the journey to get a good story or script out there. Assume there’ll be several edits. You never pick everything up on one read-through. The challenge is in getting every piece of work as tightly written and well scripted as possible. Reading author interviews over years confirms the above, which cheers me up no end as it means I know it isn’t just me.
They say the paperback is dead
Only Kindle “books” will be read.
But I say that’s stuff and nonsense
All that is needed is some sense
Use your heart AND your head -
I expect this will end up being the case. Whilst seeing the Kindle’s usefulness (at this stage I don’t have one), can anything really replace the paperback for its flexibility and its cheapness to replace in the event of accidents etc? Also no paperback has ever needed batteries!