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What makes you most optimistic about the future of your industry? by Julie Catania-Shady

In an increasingly digital world, writers have more reasons than ever to be optimistic about their craft and its future. The digital age has democratized the publishing industry, making it easier for writers to share their work with a global audience. Self-publishing platforms and social media have lowered the barriers to entry, allowing writers to bypass traditional gatekeepers. This means that writers can retain more control over their work, from the creative process to how it’s marketed and sold, and ultimately, connect directly with their readership. As a result, writers have more opportunities to achieve success in their careers.

About Julie Catania-Shady

Julie is a Law & Order: Special Victims Unit junkie; literacy advocate, spouse to a retired Air Force airman, and mama who is simply making it through the day by the grace of caffeine and Jesus. She has a broadcast journalism and criminal justice degree from the University of Maryland in College Park. She went on to work in television, specializing in crime TV, and then advanced to investigations for the federal government. Her favorite job has been being a mommy and she is most recently known by her social media followers for her recurring pieces #conversationswithcolton. Julie lives in Oklahoma with her husband and son and is excited to inspire hope through her writing. She just published her first book: Conversations With Colton: A Story of Fear, Faith, and Doubt. Visit Julie at www.conversationswithcolton.com

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