Happy Sunday! Welcome to the seventh installment of "Writing Techniques."
There are likely as many “beginning writers” as there are established writers. A few beginning writers hit pay dirt the first time. Many, many others struggle for a protracted time.
In this New York Times “Bookends” piece, two established writers, Anna Holmes and Leslie Johnson, answer the important question: “When you started out, was there anything you used to do as a writer you now regret?”
This thoughtful New York Times article offers some tips I found useful. It spoke to me and I thought it might speak to you.