The author of "Harry Potter" has some pretty great advice for young writers everywhere. Earlier this week, J.K. Rowling tweeted a thread of inspirational tips for young writers who want to pursue their dreams.
While there are a number of ways to define success in your life, there's honestly no arguing that Rowling hasn't struck gold with her work – so you should listen.
It all started when Rowling stumbled across a tweet that said "HEY! YOU! You're working on something and you're thinking "Nobody's gonna watch, read, listen." Finish it anyway." She quote tweeted it with "There were so many times in the early 90s when I needed somebody to say this to me. It's great advice for many reasons."
The 90s project she was working on? "Harry Potter," of course. Her manuscript went on to be rejected 12 times, until it became the global pop culture fixture it is today.
I have many friends that are aspiring artists/musicians/authors who could use this advice! Please, never give up.
Jo went on to tweet many little tidbits of advice, take a look!
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