Post by Kerrie
The other three shared about their writing journey and their newest books. Then it was opened up to questions from the audience. One woman asked the panel if they had any advice for new writers.
Grisham's answer was the one that stuck with me. He said, "Until you are writing one page a day, you are not a serious writer."
I have heard this many times before but each time it sinks in a little more. The only way to find success as a writer is to write and to write consistently. There is no way around it. Just like with anything else, the more we do it, the better we get.
I'm trying to think of what else to say on the subject, but there really isn't much else to say. it is pretty straight forward advice and if followed, will surely lead to writing success.
What do you think about Grisham's advice?