How to Write

I first met Richard Beard on a Arvon writing course and shortly afterwards enrolled with NAW. I have written a number of travel books but never my own creative project. As my material is essentially memoir, I was in danger of becoming swamped by the psychology of my own story. I had the building blocks of the idea but the form seemed out of reach.
Where shall/should you/one start/begin? At the start/beginning, of course! You ought always, and in everything you do, to begin a sentence at the beginning. It is simply no good to start in the middle and work your way out. I guarantee that you will become confused.
In the first of our four part 'Teach Yourself To Write' series, Irving Weinman, a published writer and creative writing tutor
In the first of our four part 'Teach Yourself To Write' series, Irving Weinman, a published writer and creative writing tutor
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