As a writer and editor, I’m a firm believer in trying new things, in stretching and reaching for new goals. The creative process never stops processing, and every author knows the learning curve doesn’t stop just because they have published a novel. Growth is vital.
New authors have a lot to deal with, from figuring out their writing voice to choosing their meant-to-be genre. Even for the most creative writer who is jammed with ideas just bursting from their brains, downloading them into actual words is daunting. Once the book is written, the author can relax and concentrate on the next challenge, right?
Well, sure. Because regardless of what’s going on with the manuscript you just finished writing, you need to move on to the next project, and then the next after that. If you’re serious about a writing career…
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