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Advice I Wish I’d Been Given When I Started … Part 2

This continues our series asking some seasoned, experienced authors what three key bits of advice they would give new writers that they wished they’d known when they started writing. We all wish someone would be willing to give us gems of wisdom that would help us avoid wasting precious time and making serious career mistakes. So I hope hearing the advice from these various authors will help you in your writing journey!

Today’s guest post is by Katherine Bolger Hyde, who is a professional copyeditor and has written numerous novels.

Congratulations! You’ve embarked on the winding, bumpy road of being a writer, following a rainbow only you can see in hopes of finding a pot of gold at the road’s end. I’ve been plodding down this road for ten years, and I’d like to share with you a few things I’ve learned that might help smooth out a few of the bumps. Continue Reading…