William Kenower, the author of Fearless Writing and Editor-in-Chief of Author magazine, discusses Everyone Has What It Takes, his new inspiring book for writers from Penguin/Random House.
If you've ever wondered whether you're "really" a writer or should retreat to a safer, more conventional path, this enlightening and accepting book will spark renewed purpose and joy on your writing journey.
In this candid and encouraging book, he dismantles the myth that some writers have talent and others don't, and shares relatable stories, wisdom, and best practices for reengaging with our passion, following our curiosity, and staying connected to what matters most.
At this event:
Learn how confidence is linked to our awareness of inherent equality; why a failure is just a form of learning; and the REAL reason writing seems so hard.
About William Kenower:
William Kenower is the author of Everyone Has What It Takes: A Writer's Guide to the End of Self-Doubt, Fearless Writing: How to Create Boldly and Write With Confidence and Write Within Yourself: An Author's Companion, and the Editor-in-Chief of Author magazine, and host of the podcast Author2Author.
In addition to his books, he's been published in The New York Times, Writer's Digest, Edible Seattle, Parent Map, and has been a featured blogger for the Huffington Post.
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