read good writing, and then, get writing

Unsolicited Advice for Aspiring Writers is a fascinating article that starts off very down to earth before taking off on a terrific flight of poetic and spiritual fancy. I don’t know if Timothy Willard is a Catholic but his use of Catholic imagery is well worth meditating on.

If you clicked on this article because you want to be a better blogger, solve the publishing code, or want tips on growing your traffic, then let me save you some time. This is probably the wrong post for you. 

If, however, you want a few nuggets on writing, the non-fiction book proposal, and a thought or two on the writing life, then read on my friend. 

If you would like to read on (and please do), click here

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One Response to read good writing, and then, get writing

  1. Maz says:

    Enjoyed Timothy’s blogpost on writing.

    gramswisewords.blogspot.com

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