The Makings of a Pro

Writing novels is not for the faint of heart. There’s the idea sorting, and planning, and then submitting, and then publishing… and then the bad reviews. After all the hours poured into the novel, and then in promoting and publishing it, you have to watch or read as someone tells you it’s not perfect, and then points out everything wrong with your masterpiece. Taking this well, especially on your first book, is very hard. But that’s what Griffin Keener did when I gave him a review that was less than kind (see “Waters of Iwingee”). He even took the time to write an article saying how much he appreciated the feedback. I thought that was so cool, I thought I’d share it with everyone.


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