Children’s Writing Weblog

Get Published By Creating Magic

Posted on: November 2, 2010

Every writer who sticks with a manuscript beyond that initial flash of inspiration knows it: writing is hard. To be more accurate, writing well is hard. Anyone can throw words on a page. But to make those words into something that burrows into the heart of a reader you’ll never meet- that takes considerable effort.

This is the point that separates the writers from the wannabes. Here is where you’ll learn if writing is something you’re meant to do, or if you just thought it would be cool to see your name on a book. There’s nothing wrong with the latter; we’ve all jumped into activities we thought would satisfy some creative need, only to find we were way off base. I have half-finished knitting projects and lopsided ceramics gathering dust in closets as evidence of my own tinkerings. However, if you genuinely believe in your heart you’re a writer but feel like you’re wading through quicksand, then you may be missing a vital ingredient in the creative process…

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