It’s a fabulous time to be a woman writer!

I know from personal experience that this is TRUE!  When else in human history has a woman’s words been paid attention to, and even paid for?

Learn more about the power of women and words here!

Everything they say is true in this excellent article!  The reason I started my popular blog “Midlife Crisis Queen”?   Because as a freelance writer, editors had no interest in what was really happening in older women’s lives.  The magazines were only there to sell cosmetics and anti-aging creams, not to deal with the real emotional and psychological changes brought on by aging.  I found a fertile niche and ran with it!   That turned into publishing books, e-books, and workbooks on the same topics.

Find your voice and then spread it around!

“Why do writers write?  Because it isn’t there.”   – Thomas Berger

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About Laura Lee Carter

Laura Lee Carter is the author of this blog and she holds copyright on all materials published.
This entry was posted in Becoming an author in midlife, Believing in yourself as a writer, Fort Collins author, Learning how to become a writer, the need to be heard, The psychological challenges of becoming a writer, Writing and authenticity, writing and meaning, Writing and personal growth, Writing and self-discovery, Writing and Self-worth, Writing the truth, Writing to learn more about yourself and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

One Response to It’s a fabulous time to be a woman writer!

  1. Pingback: The best time in human history to be a woman writer! | Midlife Crisis Queen: It's never too late to find out who you might have been!

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