You’re Going to Write a Lot of Things You’ll Never Get Recognition For


Check out this post from the Novelty Revisions blog on the topic of writing things you’ll never get recognition for.

Meg Dowell Writes

This is the reality no one wants to accept.

And that’s why so many writers, with so much potential, just give up.

They write, and they write, and they write. And they receive little to no reward for most of it.

For whatever reason, we don’t like that. We want to be read. That’s what writing is for.

But it’s the writers who can suck it up and keep going anyway that separate the accomplished writers from the aspiring.

I write thousands of words every week. I do this despite the fact that about three-fourths of them, though published on the internet for all to see, go unread.

This is how publishing works. No matter how long you’ve been writing, no matter how hard you’ve been working, you cannot reach everyone. You will never reach everyone. And that does not mean you are not good at what you do. It…

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