Why “Write Good”?

Back in the days when Owen and I were newly married, I used to send him off to his novel and screenwriting work in the morning with a kiss and a sweet “Write Good!”

It was adorable, of course, but it also was a reminder that the early stages of writing aren’t about perfection and stodgy rules.

It takes a lot for me to bust out with some bad grammar, so I always saw “Write Good” as a gift for both of us. A reminder to write with¬†enthusiasm and passion, to jump on inspiration, and to trust that I’ll be there at the end to help with all the cleaning up, editing, proofreading, and fine tuning.

 

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