This week on Romance Writers Weekly, Lyra Parish asks:
When did you realize you would be a writer? Is it something you always knew or did it come about some other way?
If you joined me from Leslie Hachtel, welcome!
I thought it might be interesting to repost an entry I did in September 2014 answering this question (and a couple more). It's always fun to look back!
Was there a defining moment in your life when you knew you were going to become a writer? If so, what was it?
Continue on the hop with Jenna Da Sie!
11/1/2016 04:35:28 pm
I like how you let your draft sit for a while. I think that's what I need to do for mine. I'm too into it and every little thing that I see looks wrong now.
11/2/2016 10:55:47 am
It's usually a good idea. I'm doing that with my latest manuscript - again. I wrote it - let it sit - revised it - sent it to beta and critique partners - and now it just looks like a hot mess. So I'm stepping far away and hopefully will go back to it with fresh eyes in a couple weeks (or months).
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