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Lately, I've been thinking a lot about writing pace. Much writing advice boils down to the same idea: go fast. But pace, like voice, is individualized. We unconsciously inherit a pace (usually set by a platform or a publisher), but reconsidering how quickly or slowly we write might unlock our best work.
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Appreciate you for opening up this conversation! I’ve always struggled with pace of writing. As a self-taught, WHF freelancer, I’ve never had much experience in the way of seeing and knowing how colleagues write, how fast they finish a piece, how long it takes them to edit.
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For many years I considered myself a slow writer, mostly due to consuming content for writers on social media and using other ppl’s metrics… I’ve come to understand that my pace is my own, and that it changes depending on things like how invested I am in what I’m writing, if im tired, etc.
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