Today’s post is a little long, but well worth it. I was challenged by Joe Bunting at StoryCartel.com to talk to three writers at various stages of their careers about writing. It got me thinking about what three questions I could ask each of them. I couldn’t ask the first time published writer about how … Continue reading Where Are You on the Scale?
It’s Christmas Eve. I haven’t been writing as much as I usually do. I guess I’ve been taking a “holiday” vacation leading into the Christmas season. It’s been a busy year for me, so I don’t feel too guilty (who am I trying to convince, anyway, you or me?), but I promise, after the New … Continue reading The Year in Review
Testing my newly learned Trackback skills… After trying for over a week to master trackbacks…HA…who am I kidding …we’d be thrilled if one of us could get it to work even once. Thanks Joy. I think maybe we finally figured it out. Or at least, made some progress.
I’m grateful and humbled to announce that a blogger I follow has nominated me for the Very Inspiring Blog Award. P. C. Zick (P.C. Zick in the Writing Life) is an author I met through Facebook, and she lives near my old hometown. She shares similar interests as me, and I enjoy reading her thoughts … Continue reading Inspiring Blogger
Of course you edit! What kind of ridiculous question is that? I don't mean ever, naturally. I mean as you write. I've heard this topic discussed a lot, and my friend Joy (joykeeney.wordpress.com) just blogged her way through her thoughts on the topic. What's a writer to make of it all? Here's my two cents … Continue reading To Edit or Not to Edit, That is the Question