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Once a writer, always a writer?

Catherine Burr

OldWomanAndComputerJokeI bet people probably frequently ask you if you’re writing a new book (I say this because if you’re reading this, you’re probably a writer), what you’re writing, when your next book will come out. Right?

My question is this, “Once a writer, always a writer?”

In 1996, my first book was published. That was 18 years ago! My most recent book came out 2 years ago. Total, I’ve had something like 14 books published, written a year’s worth of columns for The Celebrity, and published 120 books through NLP. That’s a lot of words.

But what I want to know is this, at what point does a writer stop writing?

Once a writer, always a writer?

People ask me all the time if I’m writing a new book, when it’s coming out, what I’m writing. They want details! And, I just shrug and say, “I’m working on it.”…

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Winona or Mz Nona is an inspiring writer living in Washington DC with her hubby of many years. She enjoys writing so much that she is even a freelance article writer. When she is not busy creating articles, she is busy creating books for the young. Mz Nona has 6 published books out already and a 7th one is in the makings, for she just signed a contract with a publisher. Mz Nona loves to inspire others to write and she does so with her freelance writing and editing business, Dream Writers' Essentials. She not only creates her own manuscripts, she help others fine tune theirs for submission. She is great at giving writing tips and resources. Winona is a bundle of information, for she loves to blog and she is a super fan or Facebook and Twitter.

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