Writing—So Easy a Caveman Can Do It | Kristen Lamb’s Blog

WRITING

This is a great article written by Kristen Lamb on her observance on how writers are taken lightly and most times for granted.

When the words flow beautifully in a book or a movie the writing is sometimes overlooked and taken for granted but heaven help us if there are mistakes, we are going to hear about it.

Kristen also brings up the question about why Indie musicians are admired by people yet the stigma is still there for the Indie author.

I love this article and have often wondered about much of the same. Kudos to you Kristen for standing up for all authors. You hit the nail on the head when you said our words are taken for granted and without them, there would be no good movies, books and articles.

Her post is a most interesting read for readers and writers alike.

 

Writing—So Easy a Caveman Can Do It | Kristen Lamb’s Blog.

5 thoughts on “Writing—So Easy a Caveman Can Do It | Kristen Lamb’s Blog

  1. That was an amazing post and so so true! Thank you for sharing this…so I, too, could discover her blog! I’ll admit to you over half the reason I find excuses to not put things together for a book is precisely what she said…I have no “rhino skin”. Tough truth for me to swallow but reading that post really brought home the “why” of my hesitance. So, thank you again! You’re just awesome xo ~

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    1. Happy to share and yes Kristen Lamb is a warrior in the book world, hence the name of her website. I highly recommend following her blog as she has some good info to share in all her posts. And yes, in this biz we need rhino skin! 🙂 xo

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      1. I did follow based on your good and awesome recommendation! I am a slow follower to be sure, but I am faithful lol! 🙂 Yes, rhino skin….I really really *need* to work on that!!! Hugs and wishes for a happy weekend sweetest friend ❤❤❤!

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