Wednesday, December 29, 2010
Monday night we watched the Tim Burton version of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory with the kids. Five golden tickets out of millions of chocolate bars meant only five children get into the magical dream that is Willy Wonka's world.
But whatever you admittedly look for in writing, I'm sure there is a part of you that wouldn't complain if the big bucks, reviews, and prestige came your way. And the chances are...well, slim.
Talent? Luck? Timing? Money? Resume? All or some of these may mean the difference between stardom and mediocrity.
Is being one of the few important to you? Do you think about this when you write?
Posted by Michele Emrath at 5:05 AM