We all have read that one book where a character in the story does something that goes against that character’s nature. Perhaps early in the story, they are labeled as lactose intolerant, then three chapters later they are eating five-layer
Writing can be an exciting job. It can be an excellent stress reducer. When you have so much inside of you that you just want to release, writing can be a good outlet. The gift of free writing has no
If you are anything like me, you habitually deal with the small little voice that tries to convince you that you are wasting your time. We talked about it a couple of weeks ago; it begins with Blank Page Syndrome.
You have heard me allude to a writer’s toolbox. We have included so far, that a writer’s experience and the books they surround themselves with into this arsenal. This week we will go a bit deeper. We will look at
So, what’s next. You’ve got the habit of writing down. You meet your daily goals. You have been reading to sharpen your skills. You continue the cycle of the writer; lather, rinse, and repeat. Yet you may still face times
As a writer, I tend to get wrapped up in the process of writing. Whether I am completing a project or trying to land that next writing job I am always in the act of writing. While it is good