Have you ever felt lonely in your work as a writer? Writing is a solitary pursuit, and many writers find that in order to thrive, they must balance the individual work of writing with an outside support system.
An introvert and self-described “solopreneur,” author Tsh Oxenreider discovered her need for a writing community early in her career.
Tsh sat down with hope*writers to share her top tips for creating an intentional community that supports your writing work.
“I’m a big believer in looking ahead and finding your mentors, looking behind and finding your mentees, and also looking left and right and finding your peers.” — Tsh Oxenreider
Finding mentors isn’t as challenging as it may seem at first glance. Writing professionals frequently offer their services, and can be found online or through word of mouth without much difficulty. Authors may even serve as our unofficial mentors through their work.
However, finding peers to...