One of my favorite questions I love answering, how do you start in the official writing business? You have your story, your writing, and a proposal, but now what? That's where your internet, blogging, and networking skills take place.
It is important to have a wide variety of connections on the internet for writing blogs, forums, and connections to all your followers and groups. The best way to do that is to start a blog, especially if you are a young writer you will create a fan base, people who will listen to your writing and actually know who you are. That is the point of networking, getting known and diving yourself in thoughtful group discussions.
Basically the only way you will ever known, get an agent, or release your book, is to start networking and getting involved in the internet world for writing. This works really well for young teens, like me, too.
Here are a couple of sites to just start discussing and joining. Just search online and there are millions of other blogs and sites!
One last VERY important, but optional, tip for young writers who have exceptional writing. Join Writing Contests! Look up some, there are millions everywhere so Go crazy and enter them because most of them are free! Hugs and candy :) YOWSM
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