Your work is deserving for you to care for it and water it with love, sunshine, and kindness.
Unfortunately, rejection is a huge part of the writing process — and, unsurprisingly, life.
Writing is your passion, and putting your passion into practice spawns addictive feelings like excitement, motivation, and dream-fuelled hysteria.
What advice would you give yourself five years ago?
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Doing something you “love” doesn’t mean you’ll love it all the time.
It was the best break-up ever, handled quietly and privately when we both were fresh, receptive and present with one another. My story wants new readers and different hands. I will do all that I can do to make sure the story gets them.
A writer I shall forever be.
She takes risks. She believes in second chances. She hasn’t given up on herself yet — and she isn’t going to give up on you either.