What was it like writing my first novel?
Writing my first novel was tough, especially when I went through all this trouble just to cast it aside with no chance of publishing it. I think the important lesson here is that not every piece you write has to lead to publication.
In episode five, I demonstrate what you can gain from the experience of writing without having to share it. Learn more about the inspiration for my manuscript and the knowledge I gained along the way as I researched publishing houses.
It’s okay to explore when you’re starting your writing career, discovering what you enjoy and what it means to be authentic. I look forward to sharing this journey with you as well as more about my stories that have actually become physical books.
Gain more inspiration from tidbits I share, as well as quotes from famous authors.
Learn more about my experiences in Episode 5! Listen here: Anchor.fm, or on your favourite podcast platform (Spotify, Google, etc.)!
Never forget that YOU ARE WORTHY!
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Thank you to Becca Johnson (@beccajohnsoncreative on Instagram) for teaching me audio editing. Thank you to Stacy Dawn (@bystacydawn) for designing my podcast logo! Credit for theme song:
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