Steven Pressfield has written a book, the War of Art, that every writer should read, from the hardened veterans to the rookie wannabes. In a word, he says it all, “work” … well, actually he uses several words. It’s hard work – really hard – and if you want to be what he calls a “professional,” it is incessant work. And for those of us who have been chained to our keyboards (and before that typewriters) for a few years, Steven’s message is the cornerstone of a writing career. Buy it, read it and then get to work!
Steven Pressfield’s MUST read book
By DHughes|2011-07-21T00:00:44-04:00July 14th, 2011|Categories: uncategorized|0 Comments
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