LitStack Exclusive: Good and Bad Writing Advice

by Tee Tate


I learned that I should never give up on a book. Some of my best novels were the most painful to write. I’ve had books that I’ve rewritten ten times, ones that I’ve sworn hatred of, ones that made me want to rip out my hair and never write again. But I kept at them. I didn’t give up. And eventually, they came together. And all of the sweat and frustration made them better. The worst thing you can do is to give up on your story or – even worse – publish it before you iron out its issues.

Bio Source

A New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal Bestselling Author, Alessandra Torre has written thirteen novels, three of which have become New York Times bestsellers.

Her first book, Blindfolded Innocence, was a breakout hit, rising to the top of the ebook charts on Amazon where it attracted the interest of major publishing houses and garnered Torre her first print deal with Harlequin HQN. Less than twelve months later, Torre signed a second print deal, this time with Redhook (Hachette) for the Deanna Madden series, an erotic suspense trilogy.

From her home on the Emerald Coast in Florida, she devotes several hours each day to various writing projects and interacting with her fans on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. Happily married and with one son, she loves watching SEC football games, horseback riding, reading and watching movies.

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