As always, writing advice is subjective; do what works for you.
But early on in my writing endeavors, I read a book that changed the way I thought about drafting and receiving critical feedback on my work, so I wanted to share my method…
I’ve been MIA! Apologies for the absence, but I finally MOVED last week, into an amazing duplex in Jersey City that feels positively palatial in comparison to the 375-square-foot apartment we left behind in Brooklyn Heights.
It’s been an insanely stressful month, but yesterday as I was sitting on my deck, coffee and book in hand, watching the sun rise higher in the sky, I knew it was all worth it. I couldn’t be happier with my new place, and being happy in your home is so important to your mental well-being.
Now to get my life back on track, starting with a writing tip, because it’s Monday. Today: tips on how to take feedback.
So I wrote a book. (In a sun-drenched field, on a typewriter. Isn’t that how you write, too?)
Then I rewrote it. Then I rewrote it again. And again. And again…