Ray Bradbury was one of the most respected and prolific writers of the 20th Century. He passed in 2012, but his advice to author’s still exists. During an Evening with Ray Bradbury, he offered a really great piece of advice for new writers.
If you can write one short story a week—it doesn’t matter what the quality is to start—but at least you’re practicing and at the end of the year you have 52 short stories and I defy you to write 52 bad ones. It can’t be done.
Well, Mr. Bradbury, I can’t argue with you, so I’m taking your advice.
Week 15 – Natalie! (7/21/2016)