Thursday, March 15, 2012

Do You See Your Writing As A Career?




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So do you see your writing as a career?


12 comments:

Madeleine Maddocks said...

I do though I feel that I should have stayed in a day job until it takes off. Great pist and I've Lucky 7 Tagged you.

Talli Roland said...

Definitely! Since it's my job, I want to grow and develop as a writer - and hopefully have longevity!

QueendSheena said...

Read Golden Eagle's Review, very good. Glad you're so well promoted.

Morgan said...

Oh! Off to read the review...

Writing as a career? I'm going to keep pursuing it until it happens *winks*

Rachel Morgan said...

Madeleine - Thanks for the tag!

Talli - I wish I could call writing "my job"!

QueendSheena - Thank you for following so much of the blog tour :)

Morgan - That's the spirit!

Cherie Reich said...

Writing is definitely a career and sometimes like a job. Unfortunately the pay is often lousy as are the hours. LOL!

Christine Rains said...

Being a writer is what I am, so I call it a career. And I agree with Cherie. The pay and hours are horrible!

Trisha said...

I don't necessarily see my writing as a career, because I have another career already. But to me, writing is definitely more than "just a hobby". So I dunno...

Kaylie Austen said...

Did I mention I love your cover?

Rachel Morgan said...

Haha, thank you so much, Kaylie. I'm rather fond of it myself :-)

Sarah Pearson said...

Yay! I was still in time to vote :-)

Julia King said...

I definitely see writing as my career. Just need to get there. Until then, I will work by day and write by night. :D