Well, yesterday did not go as planned. Story of my life most days. My Muse abandoned me to the Abyss of No Inspiration somewhere around the second run to the county offices, after a mad hunt for a missing Social Security Card. You know that piece of paper the government somehow expects you to keep… Read More »Inspiration Abyss: How To Assassinate Your Muse And Still Make Art
Writers mine the ore of words for the gems and gold of spectacular story.
It’s November, again. And that means I have 30 days to get to 50K words. Granted that’s now every month for me, in one form or another, and for at least one month this year, I hit nearly half that on this blog. So that shouldn’t be too hard, right? What is National Novel Writing… Read More »NaNoWriMo: The Beast of November
How much different should I think? A new acquantaince, whom I’ll call Romania, posed this question to me as we discussed writing last week, specifically what makes a professional writer. Now, Romania’s young, still in high school, and just getting started, so I had to figure out what, in my mind was the biggest difference… Read More »Writers: We’re Miners, Not Mountain Climbers