My favorite of Adam Grant’s ideas on original thinking: Being quick to start, but slow to finish can boost your creativity.
6 tips for any writer who’s having trouble getting started, whether they’re writing non-fiction or fiction, for themselves or for an audience.
Aja Gabel said she considers her readers just enough to make sure they’ll understand her. Do you consider your audience when you write? To what extent?
In honor of Autism Awareness Day, I’m interviewing Jason Vance, the author of a new book for kids titled “Just Like You.” The story follows Max, a second grader with autism, when his family moves and Max has to change schools. Jason Vance is a devoted soccer dad who works with autistic kids in the […]
For eleven more months I get to enjoy this “engaged” stage of being a writer wherein I have a publishing deal, but nobody can read my book.
Consider the potential presented by this question: who is telling your story and from when? Answering that can only make your story stronger.