10 Reminders for Writers Broadcasting to an Audience of None


Check out this post from the Novelty Revisions Blog with 10 Reminders for Writers Broadcasting to an Audience of None

Meg Dowell Writes

1. Most people start out writing to a very small audience. This is a normal part of the journey — there probably isn’t anything “wrong” with your writing, or with you.

2. All writers make mistakes — especially in the beginning. At least messing up when there’s no one around to judge you isn’t so bad, right?

3. A loyal, worthwhile audience of readers takes years to develop. It shouldn’t happen overnight.

4. Writing is for your benefit as much as it is for other people. Just because you’re the only one seeing it doesn’t mean you can’t learn and/or gain something from it.

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