10 Lessons I've Learned From 10 Years of Writing

Season 2, Episode 36,   Jan 08, 12:46 AM

At the start of the new year, I wanted to give you some lessons I’ve learned that will help you as you move forward with your writing in 2024.

Ten years in the writing chair has taught me a lot, and in this episode, you’ll discover:

  • The one piece of advice that has enabled me to write seven books in eight years - and it’s a method I still use to this day!
  • Why I believe writing doesn’t have to take up all of your time and energy on any given day - and how a simple, daily commitment to writing has enabled me to publish books in all different genres.
  • My golden rule for coping with imposter syndrome and that negative inner critic - it doesn’t go away just because you write multiple books!

These ten lessons have stood the test of time, and I continue to use the strategies I share in this episode no matter what I’m writing. I hope they give you some food for thought and some techniques to try over the coming months and years!


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