What do you do when the manuscripts have come back, your readers’ handwriting scrawled in the margins of perhaps 250 pages? What do you do next? CLICK HERE for MORE.
How do you let the world around you join you in writing your book? CLICK HERE for more.
If one of my basic writing rules is “whatever works,” another is, “doubt efficiency.” Anything that seems easier or appears to be a short cut will inevitably frustrate, impose, divert. Instead, you must meditate, absorb, integrate and finally return to the creative state and see what emerges.
Three Tips for Reading as a Writer: learn plot and structure while enjoying a great book. CLICK HERE FOR MORE.
We want it to be easy; we want it to be simple; we want it to be pure joy. But life is more complicated than that, and your stories should be, too! CLICK HERE for MORE.
Memory is a storyteller. Or perhaps it would make more sense to say that stories are patterned after the human mind and soul, which is to say, the human memory. What can the storyteller learn from human memory? CLICK HERE