February 15, 2011
Because of the Office of Letters and Light, I am a published author today. I'd been a writer all my life, but even with a Masters in writing had never managed to finish a novel before National Novel Writing Month in 2006. The novel I wrote then went on to sell to HarperCollins in a three book deal, and my life has been forever changed by what the OLL helped me to realize: That I am not only a writer, but a working one. I've participated every year since then, and in two weeks, the book I wrote for NaNo in 2008 will be released to bookstore shelves. I owe this success directly to OLL, and I can't say enough about them.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
my professional writing life -- my books are on bookstore shelves. It's amazing.
Ways to make it better...
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
None. It's awesome.
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MY ROLE:Professional with expertise in this field & I wrote. (I've also spoken at an OLL event, and written for their blog.). Review from Guidestar