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The 12 Steps for Struggling Writers

If these steps can help alcoholics stay sober, maybe they can also help struggling writers. Column by Christoph Paul 1) We admitted we are powerless over the literary marketplace—that our writing life has become unmanageable. When you humble yourself and admit, “I don’t know what I’m doing when it comes to writing, and what I'm doing is not working.” A lot of writing struggles occur when you’re writing to an audience of one—yourself—or you’re too paralyzed to continue because you are focused on the results—publication.
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