What makes writing emotions particularly difficult is that we have to able and willing to feel an emotion if we want any hope of actually writing it.
I’m back! For those of you who have been following along, you know that I took some time away from my regular blog and freelance writing last month to finish up a draft of novel two and take a five-day trip to Lake Tahoe to do some research for novel three. It was a very […]
This month, I’m prioritizing my efforts to get through the final edits of my second novel. Everything else can wait while I focus on getting this baby done.
When writing historical fiction should we needle drop on times of historical interest, or avoid big events in favor of the more intimate stories?
Doubt is very real. How we respond to it determines how far we go as writers. Pro tip: drowning your doubt in alcohol is for amateurs.
As writers, there is no pressure to do our best work while we’re still young. Our work only gets better with age.