Tagged: Catharine Bramkamp
Has this happened to you? You are working on your book, your work in progress. Suddenly, many other events, relationships, and life goals change for the better. That’s the power of transformative writing.
If you’re stuck on your novel, use journal writing to explore all the questions and trouble spots in a safe place. You may be surprised at the result.
Use mind mapping to discover your characters’ road not taken and add depth to your fiction. And your life. From writing coach and author of Writing from the Queen’s Seat: Discover and Write From Your Authentic Authority, Catharine Bramkamp.
The creative process is like buying shoes because they look good on Pinterest. Yes, stay with me. I am going somewhere with this.
The most effective way to understand your potential audience is first really understand your book and your purpose in writing it. This applies to both fiction and non-fiction, so fiction writers, no getting out of this!
Discover your authentic promotion style with a unique process. When you know yourself, you have a better time describing your book, and then will find it easier to identify and reach out to the exact right audience for your book.
The restless artist is an inventor, happiest when she is creating the next great thing, so how can she become a success this way? Learn more from Catharine Bramkamp, author of Writing from the Queen’s Seat: Discover and Write From Your Authentic Authority.
If you want to move forward with your work, but are just swirling around unproductive eddies, try paddling in a different direction. Try a little twisted technology, by writer and story coach, Catharine Bramkamp.
Before you can move forward with your writing career, leave behind pernicious myths of writing and publishing, so you can travel forward lighter and faster. Here’s myth buster, author and writing teacher, Catharine Bramkamp, to dispel five more writing myths.
Before you can move forward as a writer, it’s important to leave behind many of the durable writing myths that slow progress as well as set you up for disappointment and frustration. Here are the first five of ten by author and writing teacher, Catharine Bramkamp.