Writing the great American novel is a dream for most authors. But the reality, those come few and far between, and I guarantee most of us will never craft that perfect novel. In today’s episode, I want to talk about writing the story that demands to be told.
When I began to write my first novel, I had no idea how it would turn out. Today, while I’m currently writing my next novel, I have a much better idea of where I”m heading, and I’ll explain the changes I’ve made along the way.
- Learning to hone my craft.
- Taking pride in what you’ve accomplished.
- Desiring to write better.
- Knowing that the story you’re writing might not be the story that needs to be told.
- Finding the nugget within what you’ve written.
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