What's there to think about? All I write is non-fiction, and that's how it all starts: by putting it all down exactly as I remember it, without worrying about punctuation, or sentence structure, or even about whether it makes sense.
Then I go back through and change what looks wrong (or sounds wrong), and after doing that twenty or thirty times I post it here, read all the comments, incorporate what looks right, and voila! I have a story it's taken me two (or three) years to get into print.
But you can do better than that, without "sources, strategies, (and) tips."
Mr. Ed said I should use his signature, since he's not anymore. In honor of his good friend Nok, here it is: "As far as smoking a cigar," she said, "I'd not know where to start or how to start." "It's simple," said I, "You light one end and chew on the other and hope to meet in the middle."
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