What a Writer Really Wants


Check out this post from the Novelty Revisions blog that tells us What a Writer Really Wants

Meg Dowell Writes

When the thing you love to do becomes the thing you have to do, everything changes. Yet nothing really changes at all, does it?

It’s not at all surprising that getting paid to write is both the thing we all dream about as well as the thing we all dread. Some of the reasons are obvious. Some are not.

The biggest roadblock when it comes to writing and work isn’t finding the time to do it, or conserving enough energy to finish it … or even taking this mess of a thing you made and convincing someone it might be good enough to sell.

These are all things we commonly struggle with as writers, sure. There’s no denying that.

But the biggest struggle of all — the one so many don’t even realize they might be struggling with — is remembering that beneath all the work, the hours of effort…

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