Tuesday, March 1, 2011

(Another) 10 Ways Writing is Like the Rubik's Cube

Today, I'm continuing where my original post, "10 Ways Writing is Like the Rubik's Cube," left off.
  1. You won't ever get it right the first time.  (Just ask Hemingway about first drafts!)
  2. You can do it almost anywhere.
  3. Even a four-year old can do it.  (Dorothy Straight and the Little Solver)
  4. There are billions and billions of possibilities.
  5. You should do it to impress only one person...yourself.
  6. There is no right or wrong way to do it.
  7. You can always learn something new from the Masters.
  8. Competitions can be a humbling experience.
  9. Too much time away and you get rusty.
  10. Changing one part invariably affects the whole thing.
Did I miss any?

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