New Year’s. January first. It’s an amazing time. Believe it or not, it’s a fresh beginning. It’s a time when the slate is clean and we get all the do-overs in life.
Maybe not quite, but close. Perhaps as close as you can get to a real do-over in life. It’s a time when you can forget the past and begin anew. So what does “anew” mean to you? Does it mean a new car? Does it mean a new job? Or does it mean that you’re going to work at something you’ve always wanted to achieve?
For me, “anew” means that I get a fresh start at becoming a writer. I get a fresh chance to sell my work. I get a fresh chance to sell myself. But most of all, I get a fresh chance to write. Because I am a better writer. I’ve been writing for a whole year and the practice has undoubtedly made me better. It’s made you better too.
And if you haven’t been writing for the last year, then get started. It’s a clean slate. And whether you’re a new writer, an in-between writer, or an experienced, published author, this is a new year and I guarantee that you’ll end this year better than you began it.
Now, let’s begin…
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