|Penning a Letter by George Goodwin Kilburne|
A friend recently asked if I'd share a writing tip. Like almost everyone on the planet she wants to write a book, but is confused about where to start as well as with the concept of writing what you know. Like her, I’ve always had difficulty with that notion.
Imagination, not personal experience, allows us to write a fast paced, believable story.
Where do you stand on this issue? Is it necessary for an author to stay within the boundaries of personal experience to write a great book?