I entered the phrase "how to write" into Google out of sheer boredom today and some of the results were interesting. Others were amusing. Here's what I found:
How to write a novel in 100 days or less, by John Coyne. This is an amusing, positive, "you can do it" treatise that is divided into 100 aphorisms and anecdotes that could be interpreted as days in the process.
How to write, from the BBC World Service. This includes links on how to write anything from memoires to novels to screenplays. What lies beyond those links is interesting, but too brief to be very useful for the most part.
What did I learn from this? Nothing that I didn't already know, but it still bears repeating that lots of things that can be found online are not very useful, but the occasional gem exists if you look hard enough for it.
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