By k | March 27, 2014 - 6:00 am - Posted in New Business Development

An editor once told me
that a writer’s number one job
is to write the first draft.
She can help fix a bad first draft.
She can’t write that first draft.

Nora Roberts,
one of the best selling romance writers
of all time,
once shared

“I can fix a bad page.
I can’t fix a blank page.”

The first draft of everything
is usually the toughest.
It is also usually the draft
YOU have to develop.

Don’t worry about it being perfect.
There will be plenty of people
eager to improve your first draft.

Just get that draft on the paper
(or on the table if it is a prototype).

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