666 Likes, 8 Comments - Ryan Reudell  (@legendarywriting) on Instagram: “We're not in it for the fame and fortune, we're in it for Story – the idea that we can connect with…”

Writer's Soul-- This is a beautifully written statement and one I Whole hearted agree with too. I'm sure many writers and inspiring writers feel the same way.

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Iain Banks: On Being a Writer

As a writer, you get to play, you get to alter time, you get to come up with smart lines and clever comebacks you wish you’d thought of.

How To Be A Freelance Writer

How To Be A Freelance Writer

"If you want to be a writer, you must do two things above all others:  read a lot, and write a lot."  Stephen King

"Read more" is probably one of the most common writing tips out there. There's Stephen King's famous advice, and also Ray Bradbury's famous line, urging writers to "read intensely". Variations on t.

Love the specificity of this advice: How to Be a Writer: Hemingway’s Advice to Aspiring Authors | Brain Pickings

How to Be a Writer: Hemingway’s Advice to Aspiring Authors

Learn the important stages of being a writer and how you can navigate past the obstacles they present on your way up the mountain to mastery.

The 7 Stages of Being a Writer (How Many Have You Experienced?) - Helping Writers Become Authors

About nineteen out of twenty writers are introverts.  We have been taught to be ashamed of not being 'outgoing' but a writer's job is INgoing. — Ursula K. Le Guin (Graphic by The UnNovelist) | Writer's Nook

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About nineteen out of twenty writers are introverts. We have been taught to be ashamed of not being 'outgoing' but a writer's job is INgoing. — Ursula K. Le Guin (Graphic by The UnNovelist)

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