Today, I have a post on mentoring, from both sides of the fence–the mentor and the mentoree–on Writer Unboxed.
Here’s a short extract:
Nobody writes in isolation. Writers experience mentoring in one way or the other at every stage in their careers. Early writing mentors are usually teachers, family and friends. Later, as we take our first steps towards trying to build a career as a writer, other, more professional mentors can improve our understanding of craft, as well as give us the confidence to take those first tentative steps.
You can read the whole thing here.