Posted on 07/05/2022 at 08:44 AM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
On our author newswire, we try to mostly pick pieces that seem to have a very broad appeal.
But sometimes, a niche post just begs to be shared, no matter how few authors we think it might apply to.
That's the case for Berendsje Westra's guest column for Live Write Thrive.
Westra shares advice for exophonic authors, or those who write in a language that isn't their native one.
Even if that isn't you, you're probably — like us — a language geek who finds the concept fascinating.
See what Westra, who was raised speaking Frisian and Dutch but writes in English, suggests exophoric writers do to benefit their craft at C.S. Lakin's blog.
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