Posts with the Category of: 2011 August


One Write at Home writer wrote that after writing in the morning it is difficult to get back into the writing in the afternoon. Below is my response. Once we have visited the writing zone, it may be time to do something else.  Let the energy incubate. To have days that don’t flow is natural.  […]

Back To School

With Labor Day coming up, we prepare for the end of summer.  Are you one of those people who can’t wait for summer to be over, or are you sad to see it go?  Fall is a time for new beginnings.  Celebrate the new season and jumpstart your creativity with some start lines tailor made […]

New Technology: THE BOOK!

Check out this video.  A new invention: THE BOOK! It’s in French, but you’ll understand.  Any thoughts about this innovative invention?Click:     click:                                              THE BOOK! BONUS:Become a FAN, click “LIKE”  at […]

Driven To Distraction?

“The Help” has been a major bestseller by first-time novelist Kathryn Stockett.  In a recent interview, Ms. Stockett mentions that a mockingbird has been squawking outside her window for a year “and is the No. 1 reason I can’t finish my second book. I moved my office to the other side of the house to get […]

Keep Positive Energy Flowing into Your Writing

I recently received repeated scathing emails from someone who had their writing edited and reviewed for comments and were not satisfied.. One of their complaints was that there were too many good comments made about their work. I choose to make this a lesson about putting good energy into our writing.  It is easy to […]

You’re Ready To Share Your Story – Now What?

 Congratulations!  Your story is worth telling, and I applaud you for recognizing that fact.  Learn to keep your inner critic at bay as you move through this process; don’t let doubt creep in.      You know it’s a good story.  Now you are ready to share it with the world!  First, I recommend finding […]

The Story Of Your Life

Thinking about writing your life story?  Good for you!  The task can definitely be daunting, so one of things I always recommend is creating an outline of the steps you need to take to accomplish this, as well as setting a realistic time frame for the project (make the time frame ambitious, but one that […]