Age and Writing


It seems you’re never too old or young to start writing. British novelist Zadie Smith published her critically-acclaimed, debut novel (White Teeth) at the young age of 25. That fact probably doesn’t make the majority of us feel very good about ourselves, but don’t worry! Check out a link below to an interesting article on successful, “late blooming” writers.

A tip for the day: age certainly shouldn’t be one of the excuses for keeping that heartbreaking work of staggering genius all to yourself. Get down to that writing you’ve been skirting around.

Late Bloomers: Seven Authors Prove It’s Never Too Late to Start a Writing Career



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