By Jessica Park I am an author. I still can’t get used to that title...How did I end up on my own? It began when I couldn’t get my first YA book, Relatively Famous, published, despite getting stellar feedback from editors and nearly selling the film rights to a teen pop star...
Blog post at The Creativity Ninja : Written by Ali Luke
Any idiot can write a bestseller. It’s more of a challenge, surely, to write a unique, obscure, novel that no-one ever reads. Maybe a century or two after your (artistically tragic) death, someone will discover it and realize your true genius.
"When I am asked ... for advice on how to get started as a nonfiction writer, I tell them to start small and look around." ... "The overwhelming majority of a writer's time is spent wondering why this world is not as vivid as he or she once — agonizingly, deludedly — believed. To write is to fail, more or less, constantly."
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