Overcoming blindspots in your writing with Sana Fayyaz

The TufFish Show is for writers who want to get their first, next or current book out into the world, and this week we welcomed author Sana Fayyaz!

Sana talked about the importance of letting your imperfect voice out being willing to share it, despite your inner critic's protests. She shares how working with others helped her with blindspots, which was a significant part of her writing and editing process.

Our guest is Sana Fayyaz is a creative who loves being a student of life and enjoys the beauty of a beginner’s mind. She took root in the crowded streets of Pakistan, sprouted in the concrete jungles of New York and bloomed in the deserts of Saudi Arabia. Sana, known as the Sacred Keeper of Memories, relishes in gathering meaningful moments through writing as a way to connect with humans and build bridges across chasms. Currently residing in suburban NY with her husband and three daughters, Sana is just a furry pet away from living the white picket fence American dream.

Visit http://sanafayyaz.com

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