The writing of Margaret Atwood will haunt you long after you’ve closed her book’s cover, but her tips on writing will bring a much-needed smile when the road takes a turn for the worse.
Here’s another great collection of advice per the request of the Guardian for your inspiration and amusement.
1. Take a pencil to write with on aeroplanes. Pens leak. But if the pencil breaks, you can’t sharpen it on the plane, because you can’t take knives with you. Therefore: take two pencils.
2. If both pencils break, you can do a rough sharpening job with a nail file of the metal or glass type.
3. Take something to write on. Paper is good. In a pinch, pieces of wood or your arm will do.
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