Tom Lucas Featured in Writer’s Digest

writersdigestHmm, feels weird to write a headline in the third person, but the Internet gnomes told me that it is good for SEO to do so.

So, a little sprinkle of happy dust on my head today that I’d just like to share. I’m featured in an article in the current (September) issue of Writer’s Digest. The article is titled “Game-Changing Moves” and it quotes me along with a bunch of fantastically talented writers regarding decisions we’ve made that have resulted in moving our writing careers forward.

As a long-time reader and admirer of Writer’s Digest, I can’t tell you how MOTHERFORNICATINGLY cool it is to see my name in an issue. If you see me playing in traffic with a stupid grin on my face, just swerve around me. I can’t control myself sometimes.

If you’re stopping by the blog for the first time because of the article, please picture me standing in a crisp white suit, welcoming you to my Fantasy Island. Take a poke around — there’s a little something for you here, I’m sure.



18 thoughts on “Tom Lucas Featured in Writer’s Digest”

  1. Congratulations Tom…

    I can only imagine the joy you feel. Now I need to go check my WD issue. Heck, I never look at the month, I just read. Is it here in the room with me or do I have to wait?

    Again… congratulations, and if possible, try not to play in the street.

    1. Ha ha Ellen.
      My understanding is that current subscribers should now have it and it’s also on newsstands.

      There’s some great advice in that article. I need to give it a full read-through as well.

  2. Whoa, whoa, how could I have missed this?! Obviously, I must come back sooner than I planned, hmmm

    Congratulations! 😀

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