Guest Post: What Does GRL Mean To Me? by LE Franks

The Novel Approach

2014GRL_BlogTour_sq200x200Actually, it means quite a lot. Thank you.

I’ve had that “Dark Night of the Soul” moment that writers get sometimes.

That moment when we question our abilities—our very right to call ourselves writers—when we catch a review, read it the wrong (or right!) way and are sent spinning down the rabbit hole of self-loathing and insecurity, only to find ourselves stuck there.

I think it’s one of those hazards of a job that keeps us locked in our heads if we’re doing it right.

And unless you’re one of the lucky ones, most of us lack the gift of true perspective to keep us out of trouble when it comes to our own work. It’s the most difficult attribute to develop as a writer, and the most critical one to have. For me, it takes approximately six months before I can read anything I’ve written and not immediately want…

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