Posted on 05/29/2018 at 04:42 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek

Ask the average person to describe a writer, and odds are good you’ll hear adjectives like “alone,” “solitary,” and “reclusive.”

But that’s an unfairly reductive image.

Several of our author Q&A participants — Anneli Purchase, Andrea Domanski, Dennis W. Green come to mind immediately — credit their success in part to the support and help of their writing groups.

Others, like K. Makansi, Ivery Kirk and Luna Teague, and E.C. Bell, even do a substantial amount of collaborative writing.

So how does one find that community, then? 

Joanna Penn, a bestselling author who’s also a great resource on marketing and entrepreneurship for other writers, has some advice for introverts and extroverts alike.

Penn also posted the transcript of her video, if you’d prefer to read her tips, on her website.

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