Positive writing times

There’s this negative aroma around the writing profession at times. So, in case you have forgotten recently, I will enlighten you with some amazing writing facts.

  • More people read these days, which also means more chances of your work getting found, read, and liked.
  • It’s alright if you’re writing more than one story at once. No one can control or contain your imagination into one story.
  • Writing may be the one job where daydreaming is great and encouraged.
  • Even if you don’t live near a writing community, there’s hundreds of them online. Many websites, Facebook groups, and more exist to help get you more involved.
  • With the internet, it’s easier to get all the information you need for your story.
  • Every written piece gives people a new opportunity to learn about different experiences.
  • When you fall in love with your characters and understand your villains, your story is blooming into something more. Keep going.
  • Every day, no matter if you change a couple of words, your story is getting closer to getting published.
  • Sometimes deleting paragraphs, pages, or even characters improves your story.
  • Even if one person hates your story, doesn’t mean that your story is terrible. It’s one person’s opinion. There are things you hate that others love. There is always someone who will love your story.
  • Your story is unique. Don’t let anyone change that.
  • Every writer has bad days, even writers in the top ten.
  • Don’t forget: every book, even as grand as Harry Potter, was once filled with errors and grammar mistakes.
  • “I think new writers are too worried that it has all been said before. Sure it has, but not by you.” – Asha Dornfest
  • You’ll be someone’s favorite writer one day.
  • People will quote your words.
  • Your stories will be someone else’s escapes from reality.
  • Only you can tell the story inside of you.

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