The Importance of a Writer’s Value Assessment

Are there any other aspiring writers out there drowning in this sea of publishing pieces? When I decided to pursue publishing my manuscripts, I began researching what was required of writers in this technologically driven era. I had just emerged from a lengthy season of writing isolation, which enabled me to produce profusely. Yet the more I found out about the industry, the more I began to view publishing as a giant puzzle with pieces scattered as far as my eyes could see.

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About JoDee Luna

“I’m lost in a love affair with portrait painting!” JoDee Luna confesses. This author, artist, and educator describes herself as a creative eclectic due to her diverse history, multiple talents, and various career pursuits. She enjoys a host of creative expressions: mixed media, mask making, floral designing, photography, sculpture, and gardening. JoDee believes the creative process infuses her with the courage to try on new artistic identities, take inspired risks, and explore imaginative ideas. She seeks to share her insights with others through her book, Refrain from the Identical: Insight and Inspiration for Creative Eclectics and website by the same name, http://refrainfromtheidentical.com. Both provide helpful tips and inspiration for artistic multi-taskers, those who enjoy various forms of artistic expression.
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2 Responses to The Importance of a Writer’s Value Assessment

  1. Renee says:

    For me, it’s a matter of writing the best book I can and then trying to find an agent to deal with the rest. That’s what they’re there for, right?

    Thankfully, I have some connections in the industry when the time comes that I fully intend to exploit!

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