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Guest Post - Persistence Pays Off

About a week ago, the Woven Strands blog contacted me to do a guest post on their site. It honored me that they asked me to do this. So, I wholeheartedly agreed to write a post.

I wrote an article entitled "Persistence Pays Off". It details how a start-up writer needs persistence in their writing to improve and see good results. To read the entire article click on the link below.

Woven Strands - Persistence Pays Off

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  1. I thoroughly enjoyed reading your piece on "Woven Strands," and as a result have subscribed to your rss feed. After blogging for 8 months, I'm in total agreement with you that persistence pays off. While I was a fine writer before, by my amateur standards, 418 posts later, I feel my writing has improved tremendously, again by my amateur standards. Unlike you, a professional, I've not sold anything. But I appreciate your saying that being published in the mainstream is not the "be all and end all." Although I wouldn't mind. A magazine article would more than satisfy my desire to be seen in print. But I digress.

    I look forward to reading more of your blog, and would love it if you visited mine, "hugmamma's mind, body and soul." It's more of an inspirational viewpoint, and I would love to "interview" you for it. You might inspire some of my readers to think of themselves as writers, and not give up on themselves.

    hugs for sharing words that inspire me to keep writing...hugmamma.

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  2. Thanks for the kind words. I'll take a look at your site. Also, if you like to do an interview, I would enjoy that. You can contact me via the "About" button on the site.

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  3. You're welcome. I read your "about" page and left a comment. And thanks, in advance, for visiting my site when you're able.

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