For this November's Writer's Reveal Topic, I was given the topic of: "What does integrity mean to you as a writer?" My Writer's Reveal Topic was given to me by Emily Morgan.
Right now, my head is so full of my NaNoWriMo novel writing (which I am behind on) and creating the Jingle Bells anthology (which I'm nearly finished doing) that it is difficult for me to wrap my mind around another topic at the moment.
For a really quick covering of the topic:
- Writing integrity is about writing only what I feel the need to write when I write my fiction, not writing something that will work for the market, but writing something that calls to me and begs me to write it.
- Writing integrity is about being honest when writing reviews, even when I am friends with the author of the book I am reviewing.
- Writing integrity is about making my story the best I can make it, because I want the readers to love it, and I don't want to give them less than my best.
- Writing integrity is about spending time, long, sometimes tedious, TIME, sitting at the computer and WRITING - every day.
- Writing integrity is about meeting the deadlines I commit to.
- What would you add to this list?
- Emily Morgan Writes
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- J.C. Wolfe
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- J.F. Gibson
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