There’s many a bestseller that could have been prevented by a good teacher.
She’s my role model; she kept writing under very difficult circumstances.
On the flip side, how many good storytellers have been smothered by bad teaching?
On the one hand, best-selling lists are meaningless and you shouldn’t worry about it. On the other hand, you’re evil for trying to be a bestseller. Newsflash, some books are good, some bad, neither has much to do with how well they sell. Nothing belongs or doesn’t belong on the NYT or USATD lists. They are what they are. Go back to the business of writing and forget all this crap and leave people alone who are leaving you alone.
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