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'It's easy. As my old English teacher used to say, just write what you know.'
"After several chapters of pushing a boulder up a hill over and over again, I think your average reader will watn to see something else happen, Mr. Sisyphus."
"They say to get over writer's block, you should write what you know about. So...I wrote about writer's block."
'They said 'write what you know.' So I didn't write anything.'
"If my writing reflected my reading, I'd probably just be writing menus."
"It's about the world's smartest girl, her caring father, her fun-loving great aunt and her annoying, car-obsessed big brother."
'I wrote what I know. It's about a frustrated author being rejected all the time.'
Bill only wrote about what he knew. Unfortunately, Bill knew very little.