“However great a man’s talent my be, the act of writing cannot be learned all at once.” Jean Jacques Rousseau
Talented or not, you must practice writing in order to write well.
It’s a learning process.
It takes time.
Even if you become a bestselling writer with years of publishing experience under your belt, you should be ever learning.
And none of us will ever learn it all.
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