Monday, January 11, 2010

Ten questions never to ask a writer

From Lauren B. Davis, posted by novelist Mameve Medwed on I could not have said this better!


Litsa Dremousis: said...

Insightful and note perfect.

Elspeth Futcher said...

This is so true. I cringe every time one of these questions are asked. Why does everyone want to know about the money?


Caroline said...

I think because they think all writers get Steven King sized advances. They don't realize that the majority of writers, unless they have a spouse with a really well-paying job or a trust fund ourselves, have to work other jobs as well. When people say, I want to be a writer, they often think of the money, the fame, the TV show stuff-that most often doesn't happen! You don't become a writer because you want money and fame, but because you HAVE to be a writer.