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February 27, 2016

Snoopy’s Writing Advice

Last week, I shared some writing advice from the Peanuts gang. Here’s more writing advice on getting started on your writing, submitting, and following up from editors to dealing with rejection. Enjoy and learn from Snoopy!

Sit down at your favorite spot and start writing:
Aina Cruz, Snoopy's Writing Advice, great start, 2016Feb27 Aina Cruz, Snoopy's Writing Advice, plot, 2016Feb27


Submitting your work:

Aina Cruz, Snoopy's Writing Advice, submit, 2016Feb27Aina Cruz, Snoopy's Writing Advice, new novel, 2016Feb27


How to follow up editors:

Aina Cruz, Snoopy's Writing Advice, another day, 2016Feb27
Aina Cruz, Snoopy's Writing Advice, waited for you, 2016Feb27


How to deal with rejection:

Aina Cruz, Snoopy's Writing Advice, rejection slip, 2016Feb27Aina Cruz, Snoopy's Writing Advice, dear editor, 2016Feb27


Or if all else fails, you can pay 5 cents for some one on one advice!

Aina Cruz, Snoopy's Writing Advice, 5 cents, 2016Feb27


But most importantly, love your own work…

Aina Cruz, Snoopy's Writing Advice, great admirer, 2016Feb27

 

Sources: passmethefunnies Instagram, goodcomics.comicbookresources.com, Pinterest.com, rosguy.wordpress.com, contemporaryromance.org, southernbelleviewdaily.com, chasingtheturtle.wordpress.com, Seekerville.blogspot.com

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