Those of us just starting out on our writing journeys can sometimes get bogged down by inner doubts. The worst critic is the one living…
Think you can’t write today? Have you got 5 minutes? Read more to learn how to make the 5 Minute Write work for you.
Yeah, she used red ink. The dirt details about working with an editor on my mystery novel…
Take a tour of the San Francisco Writers Conference with our Writer from Sacramento as he shares his experience mingled with an unbiased accounting of San Francisco glamour and culinary delights.
Sometimes as a writer (and a human) we all need a break now and then. Here are five geeky hobbies that fellow writers might enjoy.
We all know that Crowdfunding makes projects which would have been unthinkable in the past, possible today, creating a new paradigm for creativity. But print books have been around of hundreds of years, with publishers the time-honored gatekeepers. How is this industry, in which five big publishing houses hold incredible power, going to adapt to Kickstarter?
To fail to write would destroy that drive. It would destroy the progress I had made during the trip. I was not going to fail, not this time, this time, I would finish the book.
You’re excited to write. You talk about doing it. You make plans to do it. Trouble is, you’re not writing.
You’re not alone. Developing the discipline to write consistently can be tough, particularly when you are first starting out. Everything else seems to get in the way. Here’s how to get yourself on track when you find yourself procrastinating.
Where are you at 10:00am sharp on Saturday mornings? Sleeping in? Waking up? Waiting for brunch? I’m usually grabbing a seat at Mo Joe’s Cafe for a Shut Up & Write! marathon. Why you might ask? That first check-in.