Love this perspective! You can easily get frozen when trying to write ideas that will land with an audience vs. ideas that resonate with you.

Stephen King has a great concept from On Writing where he says to "write with the door closed" (write for yourself only) and then once you're done "edit/revise with the door open" (with the audience in mind). That ensures you start with pure inspiration but you also ground your work in what the audience wants to read.

Thanks for the great article, Desiree!

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