Just. Keep. Writing.
I love this. I’ve waited so long to get back into my works because I’ve spent so much time neck deep into working for everyone and everything else. There will be no excuses this time. As I have stated in my previous blog, I’m working on the first draft of my novel (still, details will be revealed at a later date, so stay tuned). I’m still changing plots, arcs, and hell, even the character names. I won’t stop this time. Forwarding on this advice. Keep at it!

Victoria (V.E.) Schwab

Hey there, lovelies!

I know it’s been awhile since I posted. I’ve spent the last few months buried under deadlines and finishing up coursework–so far this year I’ve gone to grad school, and written and edited THREE books, all coming out next year–and getting ready to head back to Nashville.

But in the slivers of space between, I’ve been reflecting a lot–about writing, publishing, advice–and I wanted to talk about a piece of advice that I know seems trite, but is honestly the best I can give. I’ll try to explain why.

Five years into my publishing career, I finally feel like I have my feet under me, and because of that, I’m often asked for advice.

When writers–aspiring, debut, and established–ask for insight, I always say, “Just keep writing.”

And I know that sounds like a very Dory thing to say, but the fact of the matter is, if…

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