Happy June First!!
As promised, here is my post for Wednesday, which shall now be known as Writing Wednesday. (Original, right?) I’m going to take Wednesdays to talk about writing. Writing tips, how I write, things I’ve learned on my writing journey… basically all things writing. Just so you know, I’m no pro. (And that rhymed, so maybe I am a pro…)
Now, I don’t have dozens and dozens of books publishes, (not even one), nor have I worked as a professional in the literary market. I’m just a beginning writer who’s still learned the ropes of the writing world and sharing her nuggets along the way. If you ever have anything to add or disagree with on my posts, feel free to do so in the comments. That’s how we learn, right? By sharing our experiences with each other. And remember, what works for one writer might not work for another.
And just to clarify once again. These aren’t lessons or classes on writing. They’re just me sharing my own experiences so that you can try and use them for yourself.
This week’s tip? Be you. Write you. Do what works for you and don’t feel pressured into trying it any other way. There are so many rules about how to write a book, but at the end of the day, it’s important to just get your story down on paper and worry about those silly old rules later. Because if you concern yourself too much with the nuts and bolts of writing that it hinders your creativity, you’ll never get your book down.
My writing motto and advice to all beginners out there: WRITE FIRST. LEARN LATER.