Aspiring Writers! Looking for the ‘W’ Factor? Let David Farland help you find it :)

A Drawerful of Manuscripts begs their Creator to Pursue Publication – This month we are sharing a writing success story for anyone who writes manuscripts with their whole heart and soul . . .

and promptly puts them in a drawer.

 Or

for anyone who stresses over if their stories have the W factor.

If you are an aspiring writer and don’t yet subscribe to David Farland’s Writing Tips, please do so now 🙂

Remember this badge I once shared on the blog:

Writers of the Future - Honorable Mention badge for my science fiction short story.

My first sci-fi story won an Honorable Mention in the Writers of the Future contest, and his Writing Tips newsletter is what motivated me to participate. His book Million Dollar Outlines helped me see my writing from the reader’s viewpoint, and this year, I might finally start approaching agents and publishers for those manuscripts in my desk-drawer 🙂

David Farland's Newsletter and Website - My Story Doctor.

On the art-front, after I’m finished with my current illustration assignment, I promise to draw a few light and bright caricatures, solely for this blog and for you 🙂

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5 comments on “Aspiring Writers! Looking for the ‘W’ Factor? Let David Farland help you find it :)

  1. And what about those who are too lazy to even finish what they started? I mean what if the manuscripts in the drawer are all incomplete, probably not even half-way through? :-/

    • You are welcome, Robyn 🙂 The way we have bathroom-singers, were also have desk-drawer writers…and we better find a readership for our work soon, before life passes us by. Wishing you the best 🙂

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