Don’t Give Up On Your Writing

Writing the rough draft is hard, especially when you know the dialogue is lagging, the typo’s are plenty and your character introductions are boring. No need to worry. Author Michelle Gagnon has some great advice to keep you motivated.

Top Three Tips for Getting Published

Today we welcome our guest, friend and TKZ emeritus, Michelle Gagnon filling in for Jordan Dane.

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By Michelle Gagnon

On the road to publication, I was fortunate to receive many tips and pointers along the way. Today I wanted to offer the three pieces of advice that had the biggest impact. Read more here.

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One comment on “Don’t Give Up On Your Writing

  1. I agree. I DO write everyday because, let’s face it, the only way to really improve your writing is to write and to read often. It works for me because I write full-time, but I understand it’s not for everyone. The most important of the tips is to persevere. I totally believe your– using the collective YOU– day will come if you never give up your dream.

    Great post!

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