Observation Deck



As someone who has been in the writing industry for a little while, I’ve seen authors come and go. A lot of them get a little bit of attention and think they’ve reached a pinnacle. Others remain grounded and keep their head on their shoulders.

I’m in a constant state of learning because I listen a lot more than I speak. I love to be behind the scenes, and I always try to take what the more experienced players in the game offer then apply it to whatever I’m doing.

I want to thank everyone who I’ve worked with for giving me validation for what I do. In return, I want to pass what I’ve learned on to those who are newer to the world of creative writing

I’ve been away for a bit but I’m back and I love everything I’m seeing. There’s always going to be drama but I’m not distracted by it.

Coming Up

To start, I want to compile a list of best practices with the disclaimer these are only my opinions and no one has to agree with them. I’m always open to hearing ideas which are presented in a respectful manner.

The intention for the upcoming posts is for guidance. New authors need help, they need to know there’s support, and there’s a lot of information out there to sift through.

I invite all of you who read my blog to ask questions regardless of how small you think it is, regardless of how many times you think the question has been asked.

For me, they best part of taking hiatus is coming back to a fresh start. Being in the shadows allowed me to observe, see what’s changed and what’s become stagnant. There are rules you know…and unspoken rules. The unspoken rules require a person to be close to the “inner circle” to know things but still remain far enough not to get sucked in.

I’m excited to share it all with you. Keep an eye out next week as we dive into it!

What are some questions you have? Hit the comment section and let me know!

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