This is Day Five of One-Sentence Writing Tips Week, with Facebook writers and other book lovers showing they can be both profound and concise.
J.T. Sather: Writing a book is the easy part, selling it however...not so much.
Paul M. Schofield: Write, write, write...right?
Laura Schultz: Pay close attention to everything and everyone around you, as some of them could become great characters.
Literary agent Michael Snell: Eschew obfuscation and sesquipedalian anfractuosities.
Screenwriter Mike Snyder: Most writers are banned from TV or movie sets because they insist every last word is deathless prose; that's just not gonna happen, at least not in North America.
Unless your genial host gets flooded by last-minute submissions, these one-sentence tips will end on Saturday. Tomorrow’s scheduled tipsters: Jennie Gardner Spallone, Mark Terry, Troy Wilkinson and Kristen Wood.