Monday, April 22, 2013

Hey, Talent is no Guarantee of Success!

Talent in itself seems to be no guarantee of success. Only a well-motivated writer with a team of good advisers may achieve great success. This means that being focused, hardworking and absorbing criticism without hard feelings can get you to greater height, whatever your skill level in the publishing field.

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  1. So great work for informing us of the possibilities and following a certain path.

    I really appreciate your hard work an giving us some information and inspiring others to follow.

    Thanks so much.

    I hope for more post in the future.


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  2. Whoa Hill, thank you so much for taking the time to stop by at Authors Curtilage, to write me this fine comment. It's the support of people like you that, keeps me going. By God's grace I hope to publish more inspiring posts in the future. Thank you.

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