It's time to share our thoughts, insecurities, and encouraging words. Thanks to Alex Cavanaugh and our co-hosts Tamara Narayan, Patsy Collins, M.J. Fifield, Nicohle Christopherson for keeping IWSG going. Not a member? Want to know more about the group? Click here.
March IWSG Day Question:
Have you ever pulled out a really old story and reworked it? Did it work out?
Yes! I'm working on it now. So far, I think it's working. :)
Today I thought I'd share some encouraging words from professionals in the business that I picked up from writing conferences I've attended.
“What would ten-year-old Tony want that old Tony can now make?” –Tony Diterlizzi
“A book becomes timeless when a story captures a moment of intimacy between author and reader.” – Arthur Levine
“There are no shortcuts. Slow down. Focus on what you can control.” – Steven Malk
How are you doing? Any insecurities? Have you reworked an old story? Any encouraging words to share?