One of the questions I see a lot is writers wondering whether or not their book will get published. I am in a lot of online writing groups where writers get to vent their quandaries, celebrate their successes, puzzle out plot points, and share inspiration. As I watch these forums, I find there are trends […]
Wow. We are nearly through January, and I have been nowhere to be seen for months. After my move to Greece, I hit a lot of unexpected hiccups that prevented me from a lot of the set-up I had anticipated, including access to internet, being able to get on an actual phone plan that would […]
There is usually a lot of fuss around the Full Moon, and what it can do for people. Especially when you think about Halloween, and the spookiness that accompanies it. However, a moonless night, a night in which no light outside of the stars, is cast down upon the earth, has a far more ominous […]
When we start out writing, and we know that we are writers, we sometimes have the worry that there just aren’t enough ideas out there, or that, you don’t have access to the ideas that are swimming around in the ether.
Set the goal. Feel the goal. Release the goal. That’s how you get through to the writing process of your book.
Sitting with discomfort and fear is the greatest teacher you and your writing can have
There is a diversity problem in the publishing industry, from those who work in the industry to what they choose to publish. Here’s how you can help.
Understanding the protagonist and antagonist can help you create a brilliant piece of work, and in this post, I’ll provide a way of using the Tarot to interview your protagonist and antagonist.
At long last, this post is about the actual steps you can write to throwing words onto the page faster.
Each book you write is just practice. No matter if you publish it and are wildly successful with it, you’re still practicing. There is no such thing as a mastery of an art. Our technique and execution will evolve as we do.