How Writers Revise with Foxprint Editorial
“Every one of our journeys is different. Comparing is a practice in futility,” says author Rochelle Weinstein. “Your door may look different than someone else’s, but that doesn’t mean one is better than the other. It just means you and your story are unique.”
Rochelle didn’t take a typical path along the route to developing her own writing career. In fact, at first she didn’t even set out to have one. Though she always loved to write, her only forays into the field were her childhood diary and a major in journalism that led her into a successful career in the music industry in California and later Miami.