10 Things I Wish I Knew About Being an Author I Didn’t Know Before
by: Dakota Madison
1) Writing can become addictive. I’d rather be writing than almost anything else.
2) You need to have a thick skin because people can be brutal with their criticism of your work.
3) Readers will love your work.
4) Just as many readers will hate your work.
5) Readers will cite the same reasons for both loving and hating your work.
6) Readers who hate your work usually have no problem expressing how much they hate you, too, even though they don’t know you at all.
7) When writing comes easy, it’s usually really easy; when it’s difficult, it’s usually extremely difficult.
8) Even if you write fiction people think you’re like all the characters in your books and that you’ve based the events in your books on your personal experiences.
9) Attempting to write 12 novels in 12 months is completely insane and no one should ever attempt it.
10) Writing 12 novels in 12 months could be the single most difficult and also most personally rewarding thing I’ve ever done.
Genre - Contemporary/New Adult Romance
Rating – R
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