Three Unique Blog Posts Written By Author Don Massenzio

Author Don Massenzio was busy blogging last week and I admit, I couldn’t make up my mind about re-blogging. That’s why I decided to share all three posts here, convinced that each one of these posts are a gain to our writing life. Thank you for all your work Don!


Am I a Real Author?

When I jumped into the indie author scene, it was a calculated risk. Like I do with a lot of decisions, I looked at the pros and cons.

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Top Excuses for Not Writing Your Book and How to Get Over Them

You’ve always wanted to write a book. You know you have at least one book bouncing around in your brain. So what’s stopping you?

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So You Want to be a Writer? What Are You Going to Write About?

In some capacity, I have always been a writer. When other kids dreaded writing papers or completing essay questions on tests, I welcomed them. These things were a chance to show what I knew and what I thought instead of testing my capability to memorize data. My ability to write served me well throughout my professional career (day job). Something was missing, though.

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3 thoughts on “Three Unique Blog Posts Written By Author Don Massenzio

    1. It’s my pleasure, Don. And I really liked all posts equally and that’s why I decided not to re-blog one, but all three. 🙂 Your experience and knowledge about the writing world is very valuable to us new writers and we are grateful you share it!

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