“I’ve only regretted stuff I’ve left in . . . ” —Jojo Moyes

Jojo MoyesJojo Moyes discusses her writing process with Jessica Strawser in the January 2016 issue of the Writer’s Digest magazine.

“Frequently I will write chapters that I end up having to ditch. And they might be beautifully crafted, they might contain things I’m really proud of, but you have to be ruthless. There comes a point when you know in your gut something just isn’t working, or isn’t as good as it should be. What I’ve found over the years is that I’ve never regretted anything I’ve ditched—I’ve only regretted stuff I’ve left in.”

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