Average Writers Can Earn Good Money From Writing
Don’t let anyone put you off living your dreamMany people have a dream of becoming a writer. Most don’t try because they think they’re not good enough. Their dreams never become a reality. That’s very sad. If you have a dream to become a writer, at least give it a go.
You might be surprised that you can make it work, even if you’re an average writer at the moment.I’ve mentioned previously that my English teacher called my writing “average at best”. She was probably right. Why do I think that? Because of my exam results.
I was awarded a “C” grade in English Language and a “U” in English Literature. “U” stands for unclassified. It means the mark was so low that it couldn’t be graded. English was not my strong point.But I didn’t let that stop me. I tried anyway. What was the worst that could happen? I’d fail.
Nothing ventured, nothing gained.If I’d never tried, I’d never have known if I could write or not. And I wouldn’t be here now. I’ve written almost every day for almost the last year. I’m enjoying it. It’s fun. What if I’d thought I wasn’t good enough and didn’t even try? I’d live with the regret of not knowing. Is this what you’re doing? If it is, have a go anyway. My writing started when I wrote a book for Kindle. I ended up writing 8. They weren’t great. I made lots of mistakes. One reviewer left a comment to say my bad grammar spoilt what would otherwise have been a good book. Ouch! Here are 5 lessons I learned from writing those books:
5 Lessons From Earning $5,000 Selling Kindle BooksBut that’s how I learned. The next time I wrote a book I made sure to check the grammar more thoroughly. That meant that my writing improved. Is my grammar now perfect? No, not at all. I still make mistakes and will continue to do so.