I was thinking about all the things I still have to learn. This was more protracted than it should have been at my age. (I am 42) Then it also occurred to me that there are many blanks where questions should be as well. So I wanted to open a dialogue with the people reading this.
What is the greatest lesson you have learned writing? What are the things you believe to be your largest hurdles in writing? I would really love to have a discussion about what troubles you the most. Is it a mechanical issue, a logistical one, or do you get stuck at three AM with no time to write? We can all help each other if we work together. There is room for all of us to become big name authors someday. To write our own Grapes of Wrath, or Wrath of Kahn.
Please feel free to comment below. I will never belittle any idea or thought on writing, it is a far too personal to have a definitive answer to fit all. I will start below.
Charles R. Colp