Today’s writer topic comes from QSFer Tami Veldura:
“Many a bestseller could have been prevented by a good teacher.” — discuss.
LOL… ok, so I’ll expand upon this a bit. Many of us writers feel “imposter syndrome” – that we really suck as writers, and that one day we will be found out. But what about when the opposite is true? When a writer experiences overnight success when their first book becomes a bestseller? Where is the incentive for growth?
And another tangent – why do many poorly written books become bestsellers, while better books languish in the remainder bin?