An important lesson about writing




Pointed words from E. L. Doctorow! Named after the famous American writer Edgar Allan Poe, E. L. Doctorow, (Edgar Lawrence Doctorow), has followed in this footsteps of his famed compatriot. His writing has spanned the gamut of writing - novels, short stories, essays, plays... and he has won wide acclaim for his work which is evidenced by the number of awards that he has won throughout his writing career, a career that still continues today.

So, he knows a thing or two about writing. Listen to him! He's "put his money where his mouth is" so to speak.

You may learn more about this writer here.

As an author at the bottom rung of the writing ladder,  I'm impressed by Doctorow's body of work and its obvious quality, and hope that I, too, will add quality work to the libraries of wonderful works to be enjoyed for generations to come. As such, I've made my first contribution to these vast libraries, a work that is yet to be discovered by many, but I hope that when it is, it will not disappoint.



Go check it out here!




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About the Author

Janette B. Fuller is a teacher and author of three books. Her business is to write stories set in the place she knows best – Jamaica – while also helping writers to write their own stories. When you are ready to write your story, make contact with her @ writingwisdomtree@gmail.com. Check out her books here























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