Looking through my Lifestream through AIM this morning I found this interesting post on “The Simple Reason You’re not a Writer (Yet)” by Jeff Goins that I thought I’d share with you all.
I once asked author Steven Pressfield when a writer becomes a writer.
Is it when you get book deal? When you sell your first thousand copies? When you hit the best sellers list? When do you get to call yourself a writer?
Steve said something I’ll never forget:
“You are when you say you are. Screw what everyone else says.”
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