Years ago I wrote an article for my blog titled, “How Freewriting Saved My Life.” Does that sound over the top? I assure you it wasn’t. I had suffered through many years of being—as my free-writing teacher put it—a “crushed creative.” There were many things I wanted to write, but I felt cut off from […]
Here’s a list of apps, tools, extensions, and plugins that can actually help indie authors and not further distract or hinder them in their work.
Make your writing pleasing, memorable, unique and rhythmic so that the reader really feels the impact of the journey they have been through.
This list offers 11 top tips you can use to monetize your writing/photo content in 2017.
Backstory works in order to write a seamless story that captures a readers’ attention. What happened before colors everything that happens now.
Today I’m interviewing my friend and colleague, Nina Amir, of NinaAmir.com. Nina is a bestselling hybrid author, an award winning blogger and Certified High Performance Coach. Her latest book, Creative Visualization for Writers has just been released, and it’s on an evocative subject: how writers can profit from the tools of creative visualization. I was […]
As a designer, writer, blogger, author, and content creator, I’ve been blessed to live a life that’s included lots of personal creativity and innovation. I sometimes marvel at all the projects I’ve been involved in the past few years, and I’ve got more in store right now. One thing I can share with you is […]
Back in the 1990s Jill and I operated our own small press publishing company and, at that time, there weren’t millions of authors self-publishing their books, there weren’t services where you could buy editing, book design, production, or any of the essential services that are readily available to us today. That’s because books were almost […]
How you move through scenes and chapters is part of the art of writing. It dictates the flow, or pace, of your work. Have you mastered the art of the scene?
Every writer needs to master the art of dialogue. If a writer gets it wrong, they risk losing their reader right from the start.