It’s never too late to write your first book and get it published.
Read this heart-warming story, ‘Gobsmacked’ grandmother, 82, celebrates publishing her debut novel (and landing a three-book publishing deal) | Mail Online which reports:
“Teacher and theatre director Myrrha Stanford-Smith said she was ‘gobsmacked’ to be handed the three-book agreement, which saw her first work The Great Lie start appearing on shelves last week.”
What’s your excuse for not writing the book you know you can write?
“I’m too old” just got eliminated, didn’t it? 🙂
You’ll noticed that Ms Stanford-Smith got a three-book deal. This is why I tell new writers who ask me: “What do I do now?” when they complete a book, “Write the next one, of course.”
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