What writer’s can learn about writing block from artists. (Hint: REST)
If you don’t write 1000 words a day, 50,000 words is a bad goal. Here’s why and what to do instead.
A few short tips on planning out your writing time for NanoWrimo.
Some people love it, some people hate it, but done right it can help us write better stories.
NanoWrimo is just over a month away. Now is the time to start getting ready.
Doing the final editing on the next section of Oath Bound, and just wanted to give a quick look at how I do it. I use Scribophile.com, which is kind of like Facebook meets editing. You earn karma points by reviewing/editing other people’s work, and then use those points to post your work for critiques. …
https://booksandbarbells.blog/my-writing/oath-bound/oath-bound-part-1/ The first true segment of Oath Bound is now up! I hope you all enjoy it and are a least a little intrigued by how things progress going forward. One of the things that I struggle with as an author is wanting to edit endlessly, always working on something “until I get it perfect”. …
Why you won’t keep seeing progress every day, and how to continue to get better over time.