Patreon Peek: How Community Can Help You Write

I’ve started a Patreon!

And when I write a post like this one, I’ll share a smidge of it here so you know it exists.

Today I rambled a bit about being a writer and having a community so there’s someone to yell at you when your character isn’t a dick hiding a heart of gold, but just a dick. And not to worry if it takes you time to find your writing people. You’ll find them.

Here’s the Peek:

Hi, my name is Mischa and I’m a writer.

Saying that out loud has been one of the most difficult things in life and not because I tend to write stories containing Scenes with Sex.

Finding people who support you in your writing adventures can be difficult. It took me quite a long time before I found my core people.

Each of them was worth waiting to find and I’ll always be grateful for having them in my life.

There are two things I remind myself of often, having people who understand the writing life, whether they chose to enter it or were coerced into it by a sneaky muse, it’s always good to have writers around to offer an ear.

The second thing is reminding myself to write the stories I want to read. I love reading. I’ve always been a reader. And lately, it feels like when I pick up a book, it’s like watching reality tv in word form.

Want more? You can find it on Patreon, in the Writing Tier.

Similar Posts

Share your Thoughts

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.