Wendy Van Camp at No Wasted Ink has been gracious enough to allow me to guest post ‘Writing Space’ this week about how I found my voice as a writer, where I prefer to work, and the tools I use. She features different writers here as well as kick-ass links about writing, reading, publishing, social media…the list goes on and on. Please take a minute and visit her great site. I think you will all find something new and useful in one of her posts.
I’ve been a regular reader of Renee’s blog Writingfeemail for almost a year and have come to enjoy her observations about life and writing. I am often amazed at some of the similarities writer’s share as they pursue their craft. I hope you’ll enjoy Renee’s guest post here at No Wasted Ink.
Reading consumed me as a child and the resulting nickname – Bookworm – stuck to me for many years. I wrote my first novel around the age of nine in pink ink on lined loose paper. But growing up in the late seventies and early eighties, I was advised to follow the trail of business, not passion. Pursuing one’s bliss didn’t come into fashion until I was knee deep in the professional world with a business degree under my belt. Although my creative writing professors always encouraged me to continue with my writing, it was thought to be…
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