How I Found The Write Path collection now available


You may remember a few months back, I contributed to a project where I was asked to give advice to a younger version of myself regarding my writing career. Well, the project is complete. Carrie Butler and PK Hrezo did a wonderful job putting the collection together and I am honored to be included in its pages.

Here is what Carrie said about the project. –

Hey there, fellow writer!
Here’s the lowdown on this project: To celebrate my third blogoversary, I decided to pay it forward by inviting the writing/blogging community to help those just starting on their publishing journey. Why? Because it’s one of the most crucial periods in a writer’s life—full of nerves and hope we refuse to acknowledge. We’ve all been there.
That’s why over sixty of us have written letters to our past selves, candidly sharing things we don’t always discuss in public. The hope is that those of you who haven’t published will learn from our experiences. And those of you who have published? Well, you just might realize you’re not alone.
Let’s keep this going. 🙂
– Carrie Butler
P.S. I’d like to give a shout-out to my friend and fellow compiler, P.K. Hrezo. She really helped rally support for this project!
Please share this project with your writing friends. It is filled with great advice.

Where to pick up your copy of this free compilation:

► Amazon Kindle (US)
Barnes & Noble Nook
Amazon Kindle (UK)
Amazon Kindle (AU)

2 thoughts on “How I Found The Write Path collection now available

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