5 Simple Ways to Reset the Inner Writer

5 Simple Ways to Reset the Inner Writer

For my writers out there. I saw this post about resetting your mind, body, and soul recently, and thought it might be more useful if there was a list more tailored to writers, who slog through a lot of mental BS to arrive at work, even if it’s only a one-room...

Rollercoasters and Roller Derbies

Well, happy new year to you! I’ve updated the subscribers, but I haven’t been here to the blog in a couple months, as there has been SO MUCH going on around here… So let me give you a quick rundown of how tumultuous and fast-paced December and...

Author Life Post #24

What is consuming my life these days? NaNoWriMo, that’s what. And the Book Launch–there’s that, too. My mind is split in half, you see. In one half, my brain is busy subconsciously solving plot problems and digging into characters’ souls and...

Make The Waiting Game Work For You

Do you enjoy the sensation of waiting? I wouldn’t think so. It can involve stress, anxiety, and boredom–things we already have enough of in the modern world. Sometimes when I’m feeling at loose ends, I’ll write up a to-do list. This helps...

The Ultimate Editing Tool

It would have an endless number of movable, and linkable tabs. It would have a map that linked to all geographical references, and a timeline that auto-populated from references to the passage of time. When you made a change, it would generate pop-up questions, like...

Ideal Workspaces

Yes, that is workspaces plural. Because the ideal is different for everyone, and different workspaces can work for the same someone at different times. The study that started me dreaming about writing But first, why talk about workspace? Isn’t that horribly...