As much as we know we have a story to tell, questions pop up along the way and stop us in mid-sentence. Questions keep us from sending a query letter, or writing the first chapter, or delving into publishing, or marketing our finished pieces… We want to know that we’re doing it right. Well, sometimes there is no one right way. Sometimes just getting started is the right action to take. Continue reading
Writers’ retreats are a great way to boost creativity and get more done! But don’t just take our word for it. This week, guest blogger Jennifer Way shares why she takes several retreats a year–and how she makes the most of that time.
I’m a lazy writer. There. I’ve said it. Writing doesn’t come easy to me, but I love the finished product. Taking something out of your brain and making it a reality is addictive. I just don’t have the time to do it. Continue reading
Some of the buzz-words in the media the last few years have been reduce, re-use, and recycle. As a writer, I do all three, and have found it to be a winning strategy. Continue reading