It’s never too early to begin the writing career you want to have when you graduate from college. 15 steps can lay the groundwork for future success.
At 6’4” and built like a grizzly bear, Jonathan Maberry, a former bodyguard, bouncer, martial arts instructor and eighth degree black belt in jujutsu, is an imposing figure. His booming voice grabs the attention of nearly anyone within earshot. Yet Maberry is very approachable and friendly. At writing conferences, he frequently dresses casually in a …
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