Authors are amazingly generous, sharing everything from rejection letters to markets to support. About a week before this, I'd read a great article by Warren Adler, author of The War of the Roses, called How to be a Writer at Any Age. Not only do I agree with all of his points, but I also aspire to be the oldest working writer people know :-)
How about you? Have you ever wanted to write? If so, take a look at Adler's tips. They're uplifting and practical, shared freely by a working writer. Or maybe you want to read Rowling's tweets and her rejection letters, also shared freely by a working writer -- one who knows what she's talking about.
Free advice that's worth much more. How can you pass it up?