Dear Writers: Don’t Compete In Someone Else’s Category (Create Your Own)

From an early age, writers are taught to want to write like someone else.

  • “Who do you like to read?”
  • “Whose writing do you enjoy the most?”
  • “Who do you look up to as a writer?”

Of course, we all have idols and people who inspire us. But the problem with these…

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