In the pantheon of gratuitous writing advice, alongside write what you know and find your voice, is the admonition to take risks. Often this advice comes from writers who look back at the risks they took when they were young and unknown. Fearful though they might have been of more rejection and failure, they nonetheless were bold enough to take risks that would result in their becoming so successful that they could counsel young writers to do what they had done.
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