The other night, I had a conversation with a young woman who had a number of decisions ahead of her, one of which is whether she would go to grad school or travel the world. I told her to travel. Hands down. No excuse. Just do it. She sighed. “Yeah, but…” Never were more fatal words spoken.
I have one great fear. One haunting apparition. One nagging hesitation. It lurks around every corner in life, waiting to destroy me. What is this trepidation that holds me back from my destiny? What am I afraid of?
Today, I’m excited to announce the launch of my first ebook. After weeks of writing, editing, and formatting, I’m pleased to now share with you: The Writer’s Manifesto. Read on to find out how you can get a free copy.
I can’t stand frail, weak writing. And you can’t, either. You know when you’ve read content that compels you to do something that matters and when something bores you to tears. You may just not know exactly why.
Whether you blog for fun or write novels, it’s essential for you to know the writing voice that is uniquely you. If you struggle with retaining readers or with being consistent in your writing, you may need to spend some time finding and developing your voice.