"I always rewrite the very beginning of a novel. I rewrite the beginning as I write the ending, so I may spend part of morning writing the ending, the last 100 pages approximately, and then part of the morning revising the beginning. So the style of the novel has a consistency."
Joyce Carol Oates (June 16, 1938 -)
A Garden of Earthly Delights, You Must Remember This, Carthage
Recipient of the O. Henry Award, The Pulitzer Prize for Literature, The National Book Award for Fiction
This Week on Writing from the Peak:
*A Giant Thank You to the Creativity of Becki Davis MK Meredith
*Do You Learn From Authors? - A Reader University Post Stacy S. Jensen
*Sweet Success! Becky Clark Kathie Scrimgeour
A Happy Father's Day to all the Pikes Peak writing dads.