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I always love these articles where people who have had some success reflect back and share behind the scenes with us. Today’s post is from Writers and Authors, where author John Herrick shares some of the things he has learned.

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5 Lessons I’ve Learned as a Writer

by John Herrick

You won’t find a perfect writer. You’ll find only writers who, if they’re honest, are on a never-ending mission to improve. None of us has all the answers, but we have lessons we’ve learned along the way. Here are five of the most valuable lessons I’ve had the privilege of learning.

  1. It will take longer than you think. Writing a novel. Understanding the rules of the game. Developing your voice. Everything. Anything substantive in life takes time and sacrifice—but it’s worth it. Do your research. Know the marketplace. Readers can sense when something isn’t quite right, even if they can’t identify what it is.

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