Rejection is a big topic in the writing world. Getting over the fear of your writing being rejected. Rejected by your friends, family, publishers, critics, … Continue reading Own Your Words: How to Deal with Being Embarrassed by Your Old Writing
I’ve seen this question come up several times. Since I’ve made it to the other side of editing once with my published novelÂ Martin Hospitality, and … Continue reading How Do You Know When To Stop Editing?
So I participated in Camp NaNo for the month of April. Not only that, but I started two weeks early with some friends. Goal for … Continue reading I Failed NaNoWriMo (and I’m glad)
Did I just use a clichÃ© in my blog post title? Yes. Yes, I did. I am late posting this. It’s 3pm on Thursday, April … Continue reading Better Late Than Never // Your Words Matter
Oh, that moment. When the writer’s block that you thought was more of a writer’s pebble suddenly turns out to be a writer’s rock. You’ve … Continue reading Why, When and How to Start Over
Most non-writers are still convinced that the process of writing consists of nothing more than sitting down and throwing words onto paper or typing them … Continue reading The Writing Process
Itâ€™s the first of October now, which means that in exactly one month itâ€™ll be November. And for us writer folk, November means itâ€™s time … Continue reading NaNoWriMo Survival Guide