Wouldn’t it be nice if you could write a book, email it in, and see it in print without any fuss? Unfortunately, that’s not the way the world works. If you’re an aspiring author and you’re determined to go the traditional publishing route, then you know that rejection is inevitable. Even the best writers (think JK Rowling, Stephen King, and Ernest Hemingway) received plenty of rejection letters before they saw success. I’m convinced that writing is synonymous with rejection.
So you want to be a writer? Join the club. Seriously. Becoming a writer is like joining an exclusive VIP club, complete with rules and initiation procedures. What, you didn’t know that? It’s okay. Think of me as your big sister (if we’re talking sorority terms - I wouldn’t know, I was never in one), here to guide you through the process. Strap in -- let’s take a look at the 7 rules you need to follow to become a REAL writer. Rule #1: You must write every day. Everyone knows t
Let's get to know each other! Thanks for stopping by! My name is Ceara and I'm an aspiring author. This is a platform for me to share my thoughts and theories about writing and the path to publishing. But why should you care about me? You probably don't, and that's fine. Maybe you will! In case you want to stick around, here are a few weird facts you need to know about me: I'm terrified of tornadoes (watching Twister at a young age scarred me for life). I have an obsession wi