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Writing is a lonely profession, especially at the outset of one's career, when body, mind, and spirit fixate on the blank page or a computer monitor for endless hours. Even more so if you're a classic introvert, and your "battery" is charged in solitude rather than by socializing.

The solution? Network with other writers. Join a critique group or a writer's club. Attend guild meetings, writing workshops, conferences, or residencies, and take online and real world classes to keep yourself connected, grounded, and focused. Writerly solitude is balanced by networking and networking leads to new opportunities.

I've made many like-minded writing and editing friends over the years, both online and in real-time groups such as the Professional Writers of Prescott, (PWP), the Arizona State Poetry Society (ASPS), the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI), the OC California Writers Club (CWC), and San Diego Writers, Ink.

I also love the ladies at the Dolce Prompt Writers group in the Inland Empire and missed them greatly until the pandemic brought Zoom meetings into vogue. The internet is a valuable resource for staying in contact with word-whacking artisans locally, regionally, and around the world! 

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