Welcome to the final week of the 2017 challenge. And it has been a challenge. We’ve revealed something about ourselves, both personal and professional. Some posts were easy (and had a number of us thinking on the same lines) others… let’s just say they required quite a bit of introspection before putting fingers to keyboard.
Recently I saw award-winning Jacqueline Seewald’s blog post on New Year’s Resolution. The title was perfect, “Let’s Start the New Year Right.”
But how to do that?
Read the rest of the post at Goodbye to 2017.
~till next time, Happy New Year. In the upcoming days,
May your troubles be less,
And your blessings be more.
And nothing but happiness come through your door.
It’s week 51. Only one more week to go in this year’s challenge. Thanks for hanging in there with us. This week’s topic is “What advice would you give a new writer just starting out?”
First off, while I practice “pass it along” and try to help the next generation of writers as I was helped, I don’t like to give “advice” as such. Writing is just too individual an activity and our readers are just as varied.
There are books filled with advice of how to write the best seller. Sometimes the information is valuable, other times its just common sense. It could make you rich or fill the coffers of the one who wrote the book. However, after filtering through all the advice I’ve given, or received, over the years, I’ll just give one.
Read the rest of the post at
https://helenhenderson-author.blogspot.com/2017/12/to-next-generation-mfrwauthor.html. Then be sure to visit the advice given by the other authors.