Very interesting read here
It’s a great life. I’m my own boss. I wear shorts and t-shirts in the summer and sweats in the winter to work, which is in my house. I sit at my desk with a great view of the TN River with a blank stare, drool running down the side of my mouth, and I’m working. Well, not really. Because no one’s paying me for my great thoughts. They’re paying for my writing.
I’ve been doing it for over a quarter of a century and here are some harsh truths I’ve learned about making a living as a writer.
1. No one owes you a reading. You have to earn it.
2. The minute you think you have it made, your career is over.
3. You have to be ahead of innovation, not following it. I get rather bored lately reading blog posts and tweets and comments from all the…
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