Writing—The Long Game


The act of writing is simple. It takes a pen and paper. Keyboard and screen. Simple, yes, but not necessarily easy.

Getting an idea from mind to page can take many turns. It may not be the same tale you started with. Plus, it takes time to acquire the skill to perform and produce in a way you are proud of.

You never know what you’re capable of until you try. You never know who has your back until you fall. So follow your muse. Take that weekend off, that hour after the kids are sleep, and huddle in your writing spot. 

Take the plunge into the unknown. Not just for a month but for a lifetime. Stride with pride down that winding path of storytelling with us. You’ll get to fashion something from nothing with your bare hands. It’s thrilling and it’s scary. Learning the craft of writing and creating something you’re proud of is a long game. One you win the moment you try. The bonus? Yor are never alone.


AUTHORS: Pam Hines

DATE:  September 2020

“There are three rules for writing the novel. Unfortunately, no one knows what they are.”

~ W. Somerset Maugham

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