Making Good Ideas Great

This is a post by guest blogger, Joe Perry, intern at FinePrint Literary Management.


Jack Heffron, editor and instructor, gave tips about how to make good fiction and non-fiction ideas great. A quick look at his tips is listed below:

  • Write passionately about what you love
  • Suspend disbelief
  • Keep your ideas to yourself
  • Withhold judgment about your book while writing it. Focus on getting every possibility you can out of it.

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