Growth Is a Spiral: Repetition and Return in Practice

The more things stay the same, the more they change. What? No, I didn't accidentally write that backwards. Because the thing about growth, about learning, is that it doesn’t travel in a straight line. It often doesn’t feel like growth in the moment. It often feels circular, like repetition, like return. It can feel like … Continue reading Growth Is a Spiral: Repetition and Return in Practice

PitchWars Interview: Erin Fulmer

“No matter how good your writing, you will never please every reader, so write what you love first and find the readers that love it too. Publishing is low on external validation and high on arbitrary success stories, which means you’ve got to have that deep determination and passion for the work to fuel you through the low points. Your writing has to matter to you long before it matters to anybody else. ”

Check out this interview with Path2Pub’s Amber Chen about my Pitch Wars experience, what I learned, and my hopes for my writing career.

Path To Publication

For many years, PitchWars has been one of the most high profile mentorship programmes within the writing community and has offered many authors with valuable learning opportunities. With the recent revelation that PW has come to a close, we speak to some former mentees to reflect on how their experiences have been like and what the future holds for them in the world of publishing!

Today, we introduce Erin Fulmer from the Class of 2020!

Erin Fulmer (she/her) is a public benefits attorney by day, author of urban fantasy and science fiction by night. A 2020 Pitch Wars alumna, she lives in sunny Northern California with her husband and two spoiled cats. When she’s not writing or working, she enjoys yoga, taking pictures of the sky, playing board games with friends, and napping like it’s an Olympic sport.

CAMBION’S BLOOD, the second book in her Cambion series and sequel to…

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