Every word you put on paper is worth something.
Even if you think it’s not that good, keep everything you write.
All your text will need revising. It’s a fact for 98% of the first draft. Thereﾒs few writers that can create a first draft that is good enough to publish directly.
Even if your text needs a big rewriting, it doesn’t mean that it’s trash.
Some of the great work published wasn’t that great as a first draft. After hours and hours of rewriting, the finish work published became a bestseller.
Did you ever wonder if you do have a best seller waiting to be published in your pile of unfinished text?
Maybe you have already wrote your first best seller.
“Talent is cheaper than table salt. What separates the talented individual from the successful one is a lot of hard work.”
– Stephen King
The first best seller of Stephen King (Carrie) went in the trash. It’s his wife who took it out and ask him to finish it. If it was only for the King, that book would never been published.
No writing is wasted. If it doesn’t end into a bestseller, it will help you create something even better. The more you write, the better you become at it.
You have to be attentive to the quality of your text and do work on getting them better.
You want to be a writer, then write.