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.
It’s not enough to say something isn’t working. Discernment is the first step in figuring out the problem so that we can fix it.
Lately I’ve been blogging some about how mindfulness has helped me become a better writer, but saying I practice meditation […]
What I’m feeling on this, my book’s first birthday, is grateful. It’s been a hell of year to launch a debut, but I’m proud of the book I put into the world.