Mentors: The Fastest Way to Get Your Writing Career On Track

Hey Everyone,

I read this post and thought it might be good for people to read through. Good mentors are so helpful. I’m grateful for the mentors that I have had in my life and know that I wouldn’t be where I am in my writing if I hadn’t had that help. I hope you all enjoy this post like I did.

Write Like Rowling

A lot of people have gone further than they thought they could because
someone else thought they could. —Unknown

I know I’ve been away from this blog for a while. I’ve been flooded with work ever since I opened up shop as a freelance editor (which is great!). I knew I’d enjoy the actual editing part of it, but I’ve discovered that I also love connecting one-on-one with my author-clients. I underestimated how rewarding and inspiring it is to help people chase their dreams.

But I do miss this blog; I miss being part of a community. It wasn’t until I started freelancing that I realized how difficult it is for writers to find support groups. Far too many have no one to turn to for help or guidance, which is shocking to me, especially considering the numbers.

A Shortage of Support

Over 80 percent of Americans have said that they’d like to write a book. That’s 250 million people, in…

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2 thoughts on “Mentors: The Fastest Way to Get Your Writing Career On Track

  1. It’s so inspiring to see a fellow writer setting goals for herself and reaching them—well done! And thank you for being so supportive of my blog, Write Like Rowling. I wish you and your manuscript all the best.

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