#MondayMotivation – June 19, 2017

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Writing is not like dancing or modeling; it’s not something where–if you missed it by age 19–you’re finished. It’s never too late. Your writing will only get better as you get older and wiser. If you write something beautiful and important, and somehow the right person discovers it, they will clear room for you on the bookshelves of the world–at any age. At least try. – Elizabeth Gilbert

I wrote an awesome novel in my mid-twenties, but that doesn’t remotely mean that I haven’t been writing for YEARS before I was inspired to start in on the #WhoIsTalyaNightingale universe. Do I wish I wrote it years ago? No. I could not have written it to the standards that I currently hold when I was 18. Or 20. Or 23.

Just take your time and keep writing. Your words will come no matter how old you are. Keep going, and it will come.

Here’s to a productive week of writing. Don’t forget to sign up for the #MondayMotivation Newsletter by clicking HEREVolume Four will land in your inbox tonight!

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-Kathryn, the Fake Redhead

*#MondayMotivation quote found on my Pinterest Board: Inspirational Quotes About Writing

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Author: TheFakeRedhead

A life-long college sports fan and forever bitter about the country's east coast biases, Kathryn, the Fake Redhead, graduated from the University of Arizona with a BA in Creative Writing, emphasis in poetry because she felt the fiction studies emphasis was too pretentious. She is currently helping other writers hone their craft while she pursues her dreams of becoming a published novelist.

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