Nov 26, 2014
It’s easy to be distracted by the shiny, new thing. Every day,
there are hundreds of posts about the latest social media tool or
the software that provides the most seamless writing experience.
Writers are often guilty of spending more time keeping up with
those posts than they actually do in the writing chair.
New fangled gadgets fade in and out of our consciousness, but the best advice is timeless. Successful writers often say they turned their careers around when they came to a certain realization or when they read a particular blog post or book. This article is an attempt to distill those evergreen lessons in one place that you can refer back to over and over again.
Here are five things every author should be doing to realize his or her best potential career.