3 Quotes – C. S. Boyack


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C. S. Boyack, American writer (born: Craig S. Boyack)

born:
October 24, 1960 in Elko, Nevada, USA

known for:
Wild Concept, Panama, Arson, The Cock of the South, Will O’ the Wisp, The Experimental Notebook of C. S. Boyack, The Playground

 

Regarding world building:
I don’t have to be perfect, I only have to be plausible.
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Regarding self promotion:
If you follow the herd, you get what the herd gets. Try something different.
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Regarding speculative fiction:
Your book makes a promise the very first time someone sees it. It’s important to deliver on that promise. Look at the speculative sub-genre and make sure you’re giving the reader what they expect.

 

Which is your favourite quote by C. S. Boyack?ย  ๐Ÿ™‚

 


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36 thoughts on “3 Quotes – C. S. Boyack

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  3. the third one is my fav for sure….

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    “Your book makes a promise the very first time someone sees it. Itโ€™s important to deliver on that promise.”

    did not like the herd one as much – I dunno – maybe feels tired and maybe sometimes it is good to go with the herd or flow – just my mood this week I guess.

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  5. “If you follow the herd, you get what the herd gets. Try something different.” I like this one since it helps me feel better when I make mistakes. I always justify a bad move with “at least I tried something different.”

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