Check out this great post from Meg Dowell on the best piece of writing advice she ever received.
Many people assume that because I’ve been writing for a long time, I now do so professionally, and I give advice on my blog, I’m the expert who knows it all.
And with that point of view comes the assumption that I’ve already learned all I need to learn to be a successful writer.
Thankfully, these wrongful assumptions are the reason this blog lives and thrives despite being one of many (MANY) in its niche. It’s when I draw from my own experiences, and the things I’m learning as I slowly build my career, that my readers seem to resonate with my content the most.
Which is why I want to share something important I learned last week. Rather, something a fellow writer shared with me that has completely changed my perspective.
So here’s the deal: we all want everything we write to do well. We know not everything we…
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