…and I just smile in awe at the most illuminating emotions shed like rarest pearls from these hearts loaded with doubts! ..and I believe that’s what each one have in their very core..the insecurity!! whatever worldly logic & riches one attain. May I say, late blooms have unique experiential/emotional wordy essence than many early winners who may carry arrogance?!
“The brains of writers aren’t filled with only yet-to-be-penned stories. They’re loaded with insecurities, doubts, and uncertainties. These can range from the minor to the more melodramatic (My writing is a mere shack to Faulkner’s pa . Why bother?)
And I won’t even dwell on the disheartening contemporary literary landscape. Snooki is a New York Times bestselling author. How’s that for soul-crushing?
It’s easy to become defeatist and even disillusioned when rejections roll in and when the unexplainable, unjust literary success of dimwitted celebs destroys our faith in the American public’s ability to appreciate good work.
In the face of rejection and dismay, from where can we draw encouragement?
Famous Writers Show: Rejection and late bloomers abound.Laura Ingalls Wilder didn’t begin writing until she was 44. She published the first of the Little House books when she was 64 years old. While Charles Bukowski’s first story was published when he was 24 years old…
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