6 Good Words or 500 Empty Ones: Which is Better?

Originally posted on Scita > Scienda:

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So I’m reading this post about finding lost things and agreeing with it up until the very last few lines. Robin says this:

I bypassed the coat pocket, the kids, even the refrigerator, and came straight to my blog.


It’s the last place I remembered seeing what I thought I’d lost: my voice.

This is true for me too. I first found it a long time ago, on a private page of an unfinished story, but it was here that your encouragement and engagement helped me really sit down and become at home with who and what I am. How I see the world and how I say things.

The only thing that didn’t resonate for me personally in what Robin said was the “500 words a day” challenge from Jeff Goins. Not that it’s wrong. Writing is learning to do by doing, so there’s some sense in which…

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One comment on “6 Good Words or 500 Empty Ones: Which is Better?

  1. I want to to thank you for this good read!! I certainly enjoyed every little bit of it.
    I’ve got you book marked to check out new stuff you post…

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