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to tell or not to tell that is the questions

#amwriting #writers do you share your ideas? Or, do you keep them to yourself? Fay Weldon argued, in her book ‘letter to alice’ (https://www.amazon.co.uk/Letters-Alice-First-Reading-Austen/dp/034058937X/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1299080107&sr=8-1) that you should never discuss your plots with anyone. Since, the telling removes the need to write. I, therefore, think that Paulina Petrova and Nathan Bradsford ask a good question when they ask; ‘to tell or not to tell?’ What do you think?

Amplify’d from blog.nathanbransford.com

I wonder if other writers talk to someone else about their idea (the plot of their story) while writing their novel or feel that when they do this they kill their muse.

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