Thoughts on being an author and the craft of writing.
A Non-Boring Way to Achieve Your Writing Goals [Video]
Maybe you’ve been struggling with writing and staying creative and productive in 2020. Well, you’re not alone! I have had my struggles, and honestly, just it’s been hard to write anything. Lately, I’ve been trying to get my creative mojo back. I want to talk about incremental goals, which sounds pretty boring. I will try to [...]
How to Keep Writing Under Quarantine
People who make art have more emotional resilience. It wasn't just admiring and appreciating art – it was the act of creating art. So sketch, journal, paint— even for only a few minutes a day. Practice until it becomes a daily habit. It will help you in the coming weeks and months.
Just 100 Words
Some days it can be so hard to write. We all feel this way from time to time. We get that dreaded feeling of staring at a blank screen and not feeling like we have any good ideas. At times, we feel tapped out or creatively empty. On days like these, it’s hard to push through [...]
The Big Picture
“Most people overestimate what they can do in one year and underestimate what they can do in ten years.” -Bill Gates. What's ahead for you in the next decade?
7 Ways to Get Past the Saggy Middle of Your Story – Novel writing tips
Writing through the "saggy middle" can be difficult. Here are 7 ways to break past your inner critic and write better, faster middles!
Do You Have First Draft Fear of Failure?
Ever gotten halfway through writing a novel only to freak out? Discover how to break through first draft FOF-- Fear of Failure.
How to Plan Your Novel (Writing A Novel Episode 1)
Start Your Novel (or Finish Your Novel) By Setting Awesomely Achievable Goals A project is defined as an individual or collaborative endeavor that is carefully planned and has a beginning and an end. As a professional project manager, I've learned the most successful projects have well-defined goals and a solid definition of success. Every project needs [...]