Ray Bradbury is known primarily for his groundbreaking fiction, but this collection of essays on writing is equally impactful. It’s less a how-to book on writing and more an exploration of the mindset that helped Bradbury become a successful writer.
That’s not to say there are not concrete pieces of advice for writers here. After all, one of the hardest feats of becoming a successful writer is maintaining the work ethic and positive headspace necessary to keep your butt in the chair writing. To borrow a phrase from the book, Bradbury does exactly this by teaching writers “how to keep and feed a muse.”
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