notes--writing

The solitude of the writer

I have had experience on my side, publishing credits, and an eye to improve for that next piece and the one after that and the one after that…until the writer reaches stuff to his or her eye. Then there are more things the writer may need to improve on. Later he starts thinking, I can relax. He’s done his best and whatever the publisher thinks, he’s always done his best. But, who really cares? Apparently, people do. 

3 thoughts on “The solitude of the writer

    1. Sorry about the delay in replying. Admittedly that post was quite a depressing one, but quite honest I suppose. I hope someone got something out of it 🙂 Maybe it could have been put another way. Thanks for your comment.

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