We’re back for a sixth month of The Insecure Writer’s Support Group, and we’re a little late. We had a great run of daily posts, but…all good things must come to an end. But don’t worry. We aren’t going away, and we’ll be resuming regular posts this week, but every day just might not be possible. Life, you know?
If you’d like to chime in and let us know your answers to the questions or drop a link to your post if you’re participating, please do so in the comments! And check out the IWSG website for more answers!
September 1st: How do you define success as a writer? Is it holding your book in your hand? Having a short story published? Making a certain amount of income from your writing?
Jayden: For me, it’s just a matter of finishing a story and sharing it with the world. It’s great to get the messages that someone’s downloaded one of my books, even if it’s a free download. I don’t want to measure success as a writer in some arbitrary way because I feel it’s likely I would be disappointed. When I do get a paycheck, I’m happily surprised.
Richard: Finishing a novel, not just writing, but editing a full draft.