While I’m working to complete a writing project this week and enjoying the last of a string of family visits, I wanted to share K.M. Weiland’s Writing Manifesto. One of these days I’ll create my own and follow her advice:
“To make the most of our lives as writers, we must understand the core principles and defining moments of being an author. We must boldly claim our goals, and we must remember, refine, and renew our commitments every day. To help us keep our sights set high, we need to declare ourselves to ourselves, as well as the rest of the world.”
Have you created your own writing manifesto? What would you add to K.M. Weiland’s excellent list?
Timely, thanks, as I’m reading Paula Munier’s “writing with quiet hands.”
Thanks for stopping by, Roger! And thank you for mentioning “Writing with Quiet Hands.” It’s on my Wish List, and I should give it a read.