Writers Write shares writing tips and resources. In this post, we share bestselling American novelist, David Baldacci’s 5 top writing tips.
David Baldacci is a best-selling American writer. He was born 5 August 1960.
He has published 41 novels for adults; all have been national and international bestsellers, and several have been adapted for film and television. David has also published seven novels for younger readers.
His novels are published in over 45 languages and in more than 80 countries. There are over 150 million copies in print worldwide.
He is also a philanthropist and he is dedicated to his family’s Wish You Well Foundation®, which supports family and adult literacy programs in the United States.
David Baldaccis’ 5 Top Writing Tips
In our 2015 interview with David Baldacci, he gave us these tips for writers:
Write about things you’re interested in.
Don’t count pages or words; it’s too artificial.
Never treat writing as a job.
Don’t know the ending before you start.
Listen to comments from others.
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