'Nothing Any Good Isn't Hard': F. Scott Fitzgerald's Secret to Great Writing - Maria Popova - The Atlantic
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The Great Gatsby author's surprisingly blunt advice to would-be writers
You don't write because you want to say something.
You write because you've got something to say.