What is your writing goal for the first quarter of 2020? Yesterday we spent some time looking at what habits we can form during the first month of the year. Today we are going to look at how those habits can be implemented over the first quarter of 2020. But we’re going to look at this a little bit differently than we did yesterday. Today, … Continue reading December 11 Journal Prompt: First Quarter Season
Dec 3: What do you write? I know that writers fall into many different placements. Some are bloggers and have every intention of remaining a blogger. Some writers are academic writers, who chase the thrill of the research and findings. Some writers are literary, some are poetic, and some only know that they want to write, but haven’t started on a project yet. It doesn’t … Continue reading December 3 Journal Prompt: What Do you Write?
Knowing who you are is a huge thing. This will determine how you write, what you like to write about, where you stand on issues that might come up with your writing, and eventually, how you wan to market yourself. Getting to know your deeps desires, your core wants, your needs, and what makes you tick is essential to building yourself as an artist. That … Continue reading December 1 Journal Prompt: Who Are You?
You can always edit a bad page. You can’t edit a blank page. — Jodi Picoult The Middle Build What I didn’t know about my badly written page was that it was turning into a chapter, and actually leading to the middle build of the novel of my 20’s. When I was 27, I found myself on a bad page I’d written. That page was … Continue reading My Story: Editing a Bad Page