Young Writers Unite!

by Anna

This is for all you young writers out there like me. I know how hard it is to write, and it's even harder for us because we're young. Get a group of your closest friends and tell them about your writing dreams. I guarantee at least one of them will copy you, but it's ok. The other friends, your better friends, will support you and give you ideas. Loads of them. And the good thing about true friends is that they aren't afraid to give you criticism.

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Jul 11, 2012
Writers for Life
by: Midnight

I've joined a writing community and they've helped my with my Fairy Tail fan fiction Black Fate. My other friends have helped me aswell.

Oct 09, 2010
The Write Buddies
by: Isobel

I agree with you there, Anna. I've wanted to be a writer since I could write, which was an early age. Just reently I shared my dream with my friends. They've all given me loads of ideas, all but my cousin who is now trying to write himself.

Oct 09, 2010
Writing Friends
by: Audrey

This is very good advice for writers of any age. Writing is usually a very solitary craft. Those who write need good friends, friends who are supportive. Often those friends are other writers, but others can be good friends to writers, too. Some of my best friends as a writer are visual artists. We respect and appreciate each other's work and processes.

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