Finish What You Write


I wonder how many aspiring writers never finish anything? I expect a great many.

“The easiest way to separate yourself from the unformed blobby mass of “aspiring” writers is to a) actually write and b) actually finish. That’s how easy it is to clamber up the ladder to the second echelon. Write. And finish what you write. That’s how you break away from the pack and leave the rest of the sickly herd for the hungry wolves of shame and self-doubt. And for all I know, actual wolves.”



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Brian WaskoBrian is the founder and president of One of his passions is to teach young people how to write better.View all posts by Brian Wasko

  1. Danielle Tannehill
    Danielle Tannehill10-20-2014

    So true and so simple… yet, why is it so difficult? Thanks for the inspiration!

  2. Rhonda Barfield
    Rhonda Barfield10-01-2014

    So true!

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