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PERIACTIN FOR SALE, Postscript: When I finished writing this, I realized it makes the journey from non-writer to published author sound so smooth, almost effortless. This is as far from truth as you can get. Many times I have wanted to quit. Often, while struggling with a piece, I’ve started writing an essay for myself entitled “Why Write?” I’ve never finished this essay. What keeps me going are two observations a wonderful writing teacher, Jane Anne Staw, told me whenever I hit a low point: 1) writing is an act of faith; and 2) good things happen to those who keep writing. I repeat these truths to myself when the going gets tough, and it always does..

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About Meg Waite Clayton

Meg Waite Clayton is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of four novels, including THE WEDNESDAY SISTERS (a writing group novel) and the forthcoming THE RACE FOR PARIS www.megwaiteclayton.com
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4 Responses to PERIACTIN FOR SALE

  1. Pingback: The Man Who Loved Books Too Much by Allison Hoover Bartlett « Word Lily

  2. What a wonderful gift your son unwittingly gave you! I love the analogy of ballet to writing… the sometimes ugly, grueling practice leads to a gorgeous public effort (good thing no one can see our first drafts!)

  3. I love:

    1) writing is an act of faith; and 2) good things happen to those who keep writing.

    Words to remember.

  4. Sarah Crow says:

    Thank you, belatedly, for this great post, especially that postscript. So many days I ask myself what the heck I’m doing, sitting here writing and trying to get better at it. I too loved those last two pointers from your writing teacher.

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