The High King Lives

June 5, 2012

Filed under: Hear the Writer roar! Tuesdays — amberdover @ 12:03 am
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Hello friends 🙂 It’s Hear the Writer Roar! Tuesday 🙂 Enjoy the reblog. God bless and remember the High King Lives!
-Amber Dover

Kristen Lamb's Blog


All of us want to do a good job. We want to put our best foot forward. We all say that we want feedback and critique, but deep down, if we are real honest, we want people to love everything we say and do. Unfortunately, this isn’t the reality. We can’t please everyone, and it is easy to fall into a people-pleasing trap that will steal our passion, our art, and our very identity.

I’ve seen this happen time and time again with writers. They rework and rework and rework the first chapter of their novel, trying to make it “perfect”—which is actually code for “making everyone happy.” Here is the thing. Not gonna happen. Ever. One person will say our book is too wordy. Another wants more description. We add more description and then another person is slashing through, slaughtering every adjective and metaphor.

Lessons from Aesop


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  1. lorettalittlefield Says:

    Waahhh,,,,miss you! cool blogs as usual. very professional blogging,hope mine will get better one day. I need another teaching session! ha! love ya! mom

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