Feb 25, 2022
So many aspiring authors never write their books because they are always worried about what people will think. Will their book be “good enough” (whatever that means)? What will their family or friends think? Will their friends from high school ten, twenty, or thirty years ago think they are still cool?
I say, “Who cares about all that?” Those people don’t matter in your journey as a writer. Here’s who does matter: the reader out there who is waiting for you to finish your book so they can read it.
On today’s episode, Kent reminds us that writing is a one-to-one conversation and shares how that revitalizes the way we should approach our books.
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