Society & Culture
Who is rooting for you? It's not a question I'm used to asking myself. When it comes to writing, we tend to think of it as a solitary venture. It's you and your idea against the odds. The concept of having a team of people around you, helping you along the way, may seem like a foreign idea. Even a sign of weakness.
But, as I can attest to, it certainly is not.
in this episode, I talk about the importance of having a community around you as a writer. Not just for the purpose of editing your work, but to keep you accountable. To stay motivated and on task. And to not give in to the voices that ultimately want you to fail.
The Writer's Lens - E40: Getting That Idea (Book) Out Of Your Head And Onto Paper
The Writer's Lens - E39: Is Writing (And Telling) Story The Best Way To Combat Evil?
The Writer's Lens - E38: Are Villains More Fun To Write Than Heroes?
The Writer's Lens - E37: Villains...What Are They Exactly?
The Writer's Lens - E36: If We All Know We Are Supposed To Be The Hero, Then Why Aren't We?
The Writer's Lens - E35: What Is The "Hero's Journey?"
The Writer's Lens - E34: Heroes and Anti-Heroes - Which Do You Prefer?
The Writer's Lens - E33: "Soul Mates" In Storytelling - What Are They?
The Writer's Lens - E32: Showing People What They've Never Seen, Yet Telling Them What They Already Know
The Writer's Lens - E31: When Timing Meets Thick Skin
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