Friday, June 9, 2017

Why producing more is better than trying hard if you want to smash it as a writer

Everyone loves dear old Winnie the Pooh. Everyone that is, aside from the forgetful bear’s creator A.A. Milne who couldn’t stand the sight of him. Milne could never understand why his books for kids were so popular – he grew to hate them. He thought the three novels, four screenplays and 18 plays he wrote for adults were way better. I don’t know about you, but I didn’t even know A.A Milne wrote any adult fiction (sorry A.A Milne). When Woody Allen finished Manhattan – arguably his best and most popular film – he asked movie company United Artists to…

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