Danielle is an aspiring fiction writer and when not stressing about deadlines, she plays with her cat, Smokey.
Junior Contributor I
All Writing is Rewriting
As writers, we ground ourselves in the do’s and don’t’s of writing and study those who come before us. But, if you strip every fiction story ever told to the bare, bare bones, you’ll find that stories all move in a similar way. One of two things happens: Someone leaves town to go on an adventure, or a stranger comes to town. What does this mean to us as writers? Do we write the same stories or do we refine the same stories as time passes?