This book is full of wonderful advice for writers. However, there was one point that really stuck with me.
“The reader is only interested in one page at a time. We must make every single page worth reading.”
As a child, I loved to read books and hang out at the library. I dreamed of becoming a writer. However, deep down I never believed it was possible.
I was in my 30’s when I started my first blog and later self-published my first book.
I may never be famous or end up on any best seller list. That doesn’t matter to me. I am a writer. I fulfilled my childhood dream and that’s what really matters.
What do you write about when you can find nothing to worth writing about?
Life can become commonplace, mundane, and even boring. Maybe there is something in the unremarkable aspects of life worth writing about. Maybe I should pay more attention to the world around me, so I can find the extraordinary in the ordinary.
Which words would you use to describe your writing?