Over at Backword Books, a blog post addressing J.A. Konrath's idea of what makes a "confident" writer has, so far, inspired 44 comments. Are indie publishers "confident" writers? Are they legitimate? Are you only legitimate when an agent or publisher says you are? What do YOU think? Read the blog entry, and the (sometimes entertaining) comments, here.
Also, what is a "real" writer? Is "real" the same as "confident"? Are you a writer, or do you just write? How do you know the difference? That post here.
Causes Kristen Tsetsi Supports
Planned Parenthood, SPCA, Big Brothers Big Sisters of America