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Write what you know

There’s a well-known adage, “Write what you know.” What this means is a topic of debate. After all, mystery and horror writers obviously haven’t (hopefully!) experienced directly much of their subject matter. “Write what you know” can refer to emotions and the crafting of characters, though for fiction, especially for first-time writers, it often translates […]
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Shana Goldberg

IJN Assistant Publisher | shana@ijn.com