January 12, 2010

A Writer's Learning Curve

I recently had the honor of reading the first manuscript of a fourteen-year-old writer. While this girl isn't Nora Roberts  quite yet, her love of her story shines through the words on the page. But mostly, it blew me away that she writes as well as most adults do in their first manuscripts.

I believe that either you're a storyteller or you're not. And if you are, the craft can be learned no matter how old—or young—you are.
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