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This time last year, I was faced with a challenge that I never thought I would take up. I’d written a few short stories and lots of non-fiction articles, as well as a whole raft of short e-books on leadership.
I’m a great believer in accountability. In my role as a coach, I spend a lot of time encouraging clients to be committed to their future. In doing so, it is vital that they appreciate that there is no one coming to their rescue (except me, perhaps – more of that later*.)
Even though they want to be writing, many writers have a hard time coming up with ideas. Then they’re not writing and get upset about that, and don’t even start. A bit of a vicious circle and a painful one too.
As part of my wrap up for 2018, I want to thank all my Writer’s Fun Zone guest writers for past year. Thank you! Thank you for your sharing your passion with us! I’ve...
It’s the perfect time for authors to set goals for the new year. It’s a chance to share what you’ve done or try something new and to add plenty of reading to your goals.
Nanowrimo comes with a 50K word count, but what do you do when life intervenes? Nano Rebel is now a recognized and accepted role making Nanowrimo more accessible than ever.
Some ‘old school’ authors may cling to the old adage, ‘let the writing speak for itself,’ but nowadays, it is pretty much universally accepted that authors need to maintain an internet presence to be noticed.