Four Things to Accept Now That You’re a Writer

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K.M. Allan

Some say you’re a writer the moment you’re published, others when you make enough money to quit your day job. I like to think that it’s as soon as you put pen to paper or fingers to keyboard and bring words to life. In any case, you’re a writer, and that means there are certain things that you need to accept. Things such as…


As soon as you feel like a writer, prepare to fall into a slump. Even the best ideas written with such passion that the word count stacks up daily will hit a slump. You won’t know where the story is going, and you won’t feel like writing. How long the slump lasts and how to pull yourself out of it is up to you. You can wait it out and take a break, or write through it. The best way to deal with it is…

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