Day: 22 October 2020

โ€˜Evaluating Others’ Books Makes You a More Experienced Writerโ€™

When author Vince Stevenson was just twenty-nine years old, he’d moved to London, and for the first time, began living alone. That was exactly when he felt heโ€™d all the time in the world. Before relocating to London, the author, now sixty-two, had worked for big companies and was heavily involved in communication. โ€˜In the old days, we had large dictionaries on our desks. I attended meetings and was often responsible for disseminating and documenting material, and it had to be accurate. If anything left my desk with a typo, Iโ€™d be cross with myself,โ€™ begins Mr Stevenson, speaking to the Literary Express in an exclusive interaction. That was exactly when he started attending writing classes and meeting people with similar interests. โ€˜And I found that incredibly inspiring. I began to write short stories about the IT world, and I had many published in Computer Weekly,โ€™ he tells us with a beatific smile.

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