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Writing

The key to good writing is…writing. Lots and lots of writing. That was rule number one repeated daily by my college Journalism Professor…and then my Creative Writing Professor. I believed it then and I believe it now. Like most skills, writing requires practice and discipline…for most of us, it takes time, commitment…a labor of love…

Looking Back…and Looking Ahead

On hind sight we all stare back into the abyss and wonder how in the world we squandered so much valuable time doing anything else…other than what we now know was our deepest passion. The good news is that its never too late to knuckle down and get your story underway…even if its your first. Everyone has their own voice and writing more helps you define and refine it.

This section will be devoted to writing for the digital age…insights, learning skills, tips, how to’s and stories that may encourage or sustain your efforts in finding your writing ‘center’. We’ll feature a few secrets of writing by industry giants as well as our own members. If you have a writing story to tell that you think would help other writers, visit our Big Story Group Contributor page for more information about submitting for publishing consideration.

Our goal is simple: engage and involve like minded content creators to contribute and collaborate in our community and build a development, production and distribution foundation for the digital content age. In reality, considering the future scale and breadth of content consumption, the audience now can be the content creators…many to many instead of one to many…and we want to form a great ocean of content with the Big Story Community.

Stay tuned. Join. Big Story Group has lots to do…with you. And its you that will make it possible.

 

“Well, Jack Warner may have been celebrated for calling writers “Schmucks with Underwoods,” but 20 years earlier Irving Thalberg … said, “The most important person in the motion picture process is the writer, and we must do everything in our power to prevent them from ever realizing it. ” – Steven De Souza


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