The second Wednesday of every month we post what we call Wednesday Writing Wisdom. These bits of wisdom are from famous authors, musicians and others who have mastered their craft. They are motivational and inspiring along with being informative.
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This months, March, Wednesday Writing Wisdom comes from Erica Jong. Erica is a novelist and poet.
Erica in her writing wisdom covers talent and courage.
As A writer/Author have you allowed your talent to blossom and take you to the Dark Places.
Lose yourself in your writing. Don’t be afraid to let your talent and soul to take you to places that others may not like or agree with. You write for you, not the readers. Remember you cant please all the people all the time.
You must also remember that when you write from your heart and soul you will make a connection with readers. Although you cant please all the people all the time. You can please those who are looking for a story that is written with passion, no matter the subject matter.
Erica is best known for her controversial and bestselling book, Fear of Flying. Fear of Flying is credited with advancing the liberation of female sexuality.