4. Write for yourself.
You are the audience. Write what you want to read.
If you have bad taste, so be it. This is not the point to worry about it. Worry about your bad taste as you select reading material, as you watch TV, as you talk to your friends. When you are writing, it’s already too late for that concern.
Because you are writing what you want to read, writing is all about desire. (Keats: “with a great poet the sense of Beauty overcomes every other consideration, or rather obliterates every other consideration.”)
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