Welcome to Day 13 of the A to Z Challenge
Many bloggers have chosen a theme for the A to Z. My pledge since becoming a blogger is to post about writing, so for this event, I will being posting about what I've learned about writing a novel.
M is for
: a wise or trusted counselor or teacher; an influential sponsor or supporter. (Dictionary.com) Mentor
I’ve wanted to do a post on mentors for a long time. As a neophyte writer, I’ve come to depend on a select few to advise and steer me in the right direction. The three ladies I constantly call on are skilled writers, as well as savvy bloggers.
They are Jami Gold, Lynda R. Young, and Julie Musil. All three are highly informed writers who share their considerable insight and experience on their popular blogs. They each write on topics all writers should educate themselves on, both on craft and on the business, marketing, and platform side of things. I find every one of their posts to be informative and entertaining. I suggest scrolling through some of their old posts. I guarantee, you’ll learn a lot.
Who are your most trusted mentors and why? How did you find them?