Successful organization ideas are those tips and tidbits of practical information that you don’t really want to talk about, but you secretly put them into play because you realize you need help and they work. Recognize yourself in that? I’ve sure been that person! As a writer, here you stand staring at a calendar that’s[…]
The subject matter of your writing project is outstanding. Most of the research is complete. A working outline lives a life of its own in your head. In your mind, the whole piece is nearly written. You talk it, breath it, eat it, sleep it. But there’s a dark side hidden from view. A look[…]
Time management is vitally important to every writer. Are you tempted to click away from this page because of that subject or are you interested in improving your productivity? We all have room to grow as writers, especially when it comes down to how we spend our time. There are three lines of thought about time[…]
I saw one of those lists on Facebook not long ago of things that are gone now. It saddened me to see that writing letters ranked right up there with 8-tracks and phone booths. Is it true that letter writing holds no value today? Can that really be true? Oh no!
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!
Writing made easy. Sounds great! You have a story. Everyone does. You’ve likely told your story more than once, sometimes in bits and pieces, sometimes the whole thing. The thought has even crossed your mind, I should write a book. But