What advice would you give to aspiring writers who have dreams of publishing or making writing a career choice?
1. To keep learning the craft. You will have never arrived and never learned it all. Your poems will never be perfect, keep polishing them. Do not be afraid of constructive critique or react negatively to it, learn from it instead. Use it as fertilizer to fuel your desire to be a better poet or writer.
~ D.B. Hall author of Pebbles In The Stream
2. Write every day. No matter how busy you get, find the time even if that’s ten or twenty minutes daily. Don’t allow anyone to discourage you. Some may tell you that that writing is not a real job, but don’t let that stop you from pursuing it. You will face a lot of frustrations, but it’s worth it. I’ve become a…
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