Writing stories is a broad topic, but I say everybody has at least one, probably more. Do you become saturated with stories that seep up from somewhere within? How do you manage all of them? How do you keep your creative flow…and your sanity? Much time is spent talking about and training in the mechanics[…]
Organizational ideas…. I know, we’ve talked about this topic before. The mention of organizing anything, let alone your writing notes, often brings a shudder to the creative’s heart. After all, you want to write a book. You’ve read about other authors who wrote ideas on a napkin and took off. Their books went through the[…]
When you write your book, you have no clue what kind of legacy you are creating with it. How popular will it be? Will anybody read it at all? Will it have any impact on the world? These are questions that creatives ask themselves…and anyone else who might listen! What kind of questions did Harold[…]
Do you think about your writing having great influence in the lives of others? Do you want to be an author who leaves a cherished legacy through the pages of your work? Take a look at one simple man and his simple story: Harold Bell Wright and The Shepherd of the Hills. This could be[…]
Organization ideas—are those two words a turn-on to you, or a turn-off? To serious book writers, the difference between writing success and failure often boils down to the preparation steps more than the actual writing. Is that true? Keep reading!