To get writing tomorrow, be nice to your future self and follow these tips from writing coach and teacher, Catharine Bramkamp.
Tuning into your inner self and your heartbeat might be the best way an author can break through writer’s block and find inspiration.
Most writers experience writer’s block. And while it may feel like it’s all in your head, there are some real ways to discourage it from mucking up your writer’s life, so you can get back to what you love.
From wanting to know if James Patterson uses a special pen to wondering what kind of perfect program Jon Green has loaded into his computer, we think that if only the specific talisman for good writing is identified, then purchased, possession will make us instantly famous. Except no matter what kind of special pen you own, you still must use it.
When you’ve lost your way, what do you do? When your inner guidance system seems offline, how do you reboot? Lately, I’ve been spinning my wheels professionally and need lots of outside guidance. I talk...
I’m so happy to be surrounded by fun writing specialists who have unique takes on one of my favorite subjects, Procrastination. This post hails from Carrie Jaffe-Pickett, a Bay Area writer, editor and communications specialist. She may not realize it, but she’s a teacher too! Here’s her fabulous post on the writer’s least favorite friend*, Procrastination. (* The title isn’t a typo but a playful way to reframe procrastination. But that’s another story.)