Lisa Romeo Writes

Posted by Ann Evans in Being a writer, publishing a book, The business of writing, writing a memoir | 0 comments

When I was facing some stubborn obstacles writing my book, Lisa Romeo coached me through them and made me a stronger, more skilled writer.  She teaches and coaches other writers as well, and writes delightful, touching essays herself.  When she invited me to write a guest post on her blog, Lisa Romeo Writes, which gives “Tips, advice, and resources on the art, craft, and business of writing and the writing life, via personal experience, author interviews, guest bloggers, link round-ups, and more.” I skimmed off some of the best advice I had given my freshman students at Montclair State University, and wrote a flimsy post which was not meaty enough for her robust readers, most of whom are writers themselves.  So I wrote about the unexpected and unintended consequences of getting published, and that post appears here: I think it has information that writers, and readers, might find interesting.

Check out Lisa’s blog, and maybe you could share some of your own publishing experiences there.

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