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Advice I Wish I’d Been Given When I Started … Part 3

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 had given 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 post is from mystery writer Natalie Buske Thomas:

When I first started out as a writer, life was easy. I was eleven years old—why wouldn’t life be easy? My father had submitted one of my poems to our local newspaper and much to our delight it was published. My confidence soared! Continue Reading…