Writing Fear - Real or Excuse? 4/20/09

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Writing Fear - Real or Excuse? 4/20/09

Post by Writetrack » Sun Apr 19, 2009 8:11 pm

Fears. We all have them. Our fears may differ in type and vary in degree, but it's likely that every one of us has experienced fear in some shape or form. As writers, there are many opportunities for fear. The question is whether or not we will allow fear to prevent us from achieving the dream God has placed in our hearts.

This week, Glenn answers a member's question about this very issue. Here is the first part of the question:

Q: I love to write. I think of myself as a writer. I'm soaking in everything here at FaithWriters. Only one problem – I think I have some kind of phobia about sharing my work with others. I can write it, but I just can't share it.

To read the rest of the question, along with Glenn's wise response, click here:
WRITING FEAR - REAL OR EXCUSE?

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