Writers are no exception. We naturally tend to be solitary.
We think if we ask for help, others will believe we’re not smart enough or resourceful enough. But seeking help can feel humiliating—even vulnerable. Not doing it is just . . . well, less uncomfortable.
We’d rather stay safely in our isolated writing dens.
This “safety” is an artifice, though. And it impedes our chances to grow, to improve, to succeed.
“A word after a word after a word is power.”
But what is “success” as a writer?
But what does success as a writer mean for you? Have you thought about that? Is it:
- Publishing your family history and sharing it with aunts, cousins, and children?
- Finding an agent for your memoir?
- Simply enjoying the thrill of playing with words?
- Winning the state writing contest?
- Self-publishing your novel?
- Having a daily journaling practice that allows you to think deeply and understand your world?
Let your pen faithfully reflect the glint of light from your soul.
All of these are valid—and all of them MATTER.
Whatever form, frequency, topics, themes, ideas, and thoughts you explore in your writing—every bit of it matters. And we’re here to help you define success as a writer on your own terms.
Time to write in peace, to engage with other writers, to hone your craft
Motivation, accountability, tools to improve your writing and to manage the ups-and-downs of your writing life
When you can’t bear to look at your draft any longer and want a professional eye
So what are you waiting for?
You never have to travel your writer’s journey alone.