“You can't do a good job, if your job is all you do.” - Unknown Like everything else you need a balance between writing and life. It's a proven fact that too much of a good thing can be lethal and that goes for spending all your time writing as well. You sit behind that … Continue reading A Balancing Act
Why you shouldn't stop reading.
So you've reached a hitch in your story. You've got a particular scene, or arc, or something that just isn't letting you move forward and you're pounding your head against the desk until your brains slip out. That 's fine. It happens to the best of us. Especially when something unexpected pops up in your … Continue reading Getting out of that funk
Taking that break... or not. So, you finished Nanowrimo. Worked out 50,000 words or so and are now looking into jumping into the editing phase of that writing process. Which I hope is what you're looking into and not ways to share that first draft that you just pounded out in thirty days cause nobody … Continue reading Taking that Break….or not.
Notebooks, journals, those random bits of paper that you find at the back of your desk drawer. All of them a great places to jot down notes, make that quick list or essentials or just write down that really motivating quote that you just read. Me, personally, I keep three. One to jot down … Continue reading Every Writer Needs to Keep a Journal