6 Amazing Pieces Of Writing Advice From Judy Blume
Have you ever wished you could get writing advice from Judy Blume? Of course you have. Well, here’s the good news: she’s been dishing a ton of it out. Blume just wrapped up an Answer Time session on Tumblr, and she’s spilled some of her writing secrets in the process.
I think I speak for everyone when I say that Judy Blume is the author who taught us all that being a teenage girl would be OK. She was totally honest with us; her feminist words of wisdom guided us through the whole difficult growing-up thing; the woman basically changed our entire lives, right? And now she’s at it again. With Judy Blume’s advice, there’s nothing stopping me from winning a Man Booker Prize. See y’all at the awards ceremony.
But because I’m a sharing kind of person (and also because it’s on the Internet for everyone to see anyway), I’ve collected a few choice pieces of advice for you right here. Whether you’ve got writer’s block, or you’ve had some negative feedback to something you’ve written, or you’re not quite sure if writing’s for you at all — Blume’s got something to say to you. Because, naturally, we will never stop needing life advice from Judy Blume.
When You’re Not Sure Writing’s The Right Path
It’s scary to say for sure what your path in life is going to be, but if writing’s the way to go, you’ll find your way there.
When You’re Not Sure What To Write About
The common advice is to write what you know, but Judy Blume has a slightly different suggestion.
What are you desperate to find out more about? Try writing about that. It might end up even more powerful.
When You’ve Got Writer’s Block
If Judy Blume finds it hard, then you definitely don’t need to worry about it. Writer’s block happens to everyone, and in the end you’ll get your inspiration.
When You’ve Had Some Negative Feedback
Surely Judy Blume doesn’t have any advice on this, right? There’s nothing but nice things to say about her!
When Everything Feels Like It’s Going Wrong
I don’t know about you, but that’s the best thing I’ve heard in years. If even Judy Blume was a total wreck in her 20s, there is hope for all of us after all.