Once you start a working on something, don't be afraid of failure and don't abandon it. People who work sincerely are the happiest. Chanakya

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Erin Casey
Erin Casey
  • Country: United States
  • Books: 1
  • Profession: Author and Proofreader
  • Born: October 21, 1986
  • Member Since: Jan 2019
  • Profile Views: 890
  • Followers: 6
  • Writing:

    Supernatural Suspense Action & Adventure LGBT Fantasy Teen & Young Adult
BIOGRAPHY

Erin Casey graduated from Cornell College in 2009 with degrees in English and Secondary Education.

She attended the Denver Publishing Institute in 2009 and has been a recruiter ever since. She is the Communications and Student Relationships Manager at The Iowa Writers’ House and one of two Directors of The Writers’ Rooms, a non-profit corporation that focuses on creating a free, safe environment for writers no matter their experience, gender, background, and income. Just like in her book, community is very important to her.

An advocate for mental health, Erin’s written and published several articles on the Mighty, specifically about anxiety and depression.

She’s also a devoted bird mom.

When not volunteering and working, she’s writing LGBT/urban/medieval YA fantasy and sharing her literary journey on Instagram and Twitter. One of these days, she might actually get some sleep.

Learn more about The Writers’ Rooms: www.thewritersrooms.org
Learn more about The Iowa Writers’ House: www.iowawritershouse.com

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The Purple Door District

Publish Date: Dec 15, 2018

Genre: Supernatural Suspense, Action & Adventure, LGBT, Fantasy

avg rating 4.75 reviews on Amazon

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The Purple Door District

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Publication Date: Dec 15, 2018

Supernatural Suspense, Action & Adventure, LGBT, Fantasy

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    • Allauthor 3 monthsAllauthor
    • Writing can be an emotionally draining and stressful pursuit. Any tips for aspiring writers?
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      • erincasey 3 months Post AdminAuthor
      • Don't be afraid to take a break. While writing is important, you have to take care of your physical and mental health as well otherwise you won't be in any condition to write your book. Also, find a community that can support you while you work on your craft. Twitter's #writingcommunity is a great place to start. You can do this! You're not alone.
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