I wish I were writing to tell you about my recent sit down with the New York Times Bestseller, but unfortunately, I’m not. I don’t get the chance to rub elbows with celebrities that much. Still, I am going to share a story that has stuck with me until this very day.
Archive | April, 2023
Guest Post by Rachel Silber Devlin, Author of Snapshots of My Father, John Silber When it comes to getting your mind right for writing, the first requirement is ego. Even if you are a humble and reserved person in many ways, you have to believe, at gut level, that your ideas and insights are valuable commodities […]
As writers, authors, readers, and members of the literary world, we know the importance of supporting one another. While we don’t always do so—we are human after all—it is something that those in the realm of books do more often than not (at least that’s what I’ve experienced).
Every author has a differing and uniquely personal approach to writing. But authors share one process in common—setting and achieving word count goals. Your writing goals are everything. It’s how you get the ideas out of your head and on to the page. But it’s not just about word count.