What if I don't have the kind of talent it takes to write a book? Is talent even a real thing?
'Write everyday!' It's one of the most famous pieces of writing advice. I make the case both ways but it's up to you to decide: Is writing every day right for you?
So many new writers end up throwing the towel in. They were under the impression that anyone with paper and a pen can be a writer but it turns out that writing is just so *hard* sometimes. Well, yes. It's true. But as with everything, a little discipline can go a long way.
It's the age-old mantra, a classic piece of writing advice that has fiction writers tearing their hair out in despair. But it there something to be said for this advice?