There’s a saying – hindsight is always 20/20 – and given that, I wanted to know what advice the authors would give a younger version of themselves. Something they wish they’d known when they first started writing…

Julianne Snow

To go for it. In high school I was guided into the sciences and away from the arts. But then even looking back, what I studied while getting my degrees has helped bring a level of authenticity into my work. But my advice to myself would still stand – in going for it, it doesn’t mean I had to choose between the arts and the sciences. I could have done both without any problem.

Stephen Kozeniewski

“You mustn’t kill time, boy.  You must cherish it.  Can I have some change to go get loaded?”

T.W. Piperbrook

Keep on writing! I wish I hadn’t taken several detours in life, but at the same time, the experience I gained has influenced my writing tremendously.

Robert Chazz Chute

Start sooner. Stop waiting for approval or permission. Go! (And here are some lotto numbers.)

Rhonda Parrish

Trust yourself. Those things that you do in your writing that go against the advice that you’ve read? You’re going to work very hard to stop doing them… and you won’t like your prose nearly as much anymore. Just embrace your style. It’s okay. Really. There’s no one “right way” to do this writing thing.

Armand Rosamilia

Put down the damn M&Ms and eat some vegetables once in awhile. And read more so you don’t have to try to catch up now.

Jolie du Pre

Trust your gut.

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