These are my caveats, which I have formulated over decades. One is personal, but the other two are universal. I suggest all writers engrave two and three upon their brain-pans in indelible, glow-in-the-dark, neuronal script.
- Caveat One: I may not know what I’m blathering about.
- Caveat Two: There are no rules about writing, there are just things you can get terribly wrong.
- Caveat Three: If people apply the words never or always to storytelling techniques, ignore them.
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