Learning the value of hiring editors for your writing through painful manuscript rejection
From a recent survey, the number one cause of stress for writers is doubt about their writing
A recap of posts that I’ve created for Writers in the Storm Blog that cover tips for writing believable drug scenes and what triathlons teach about writing
Fentanyl is tainting many street drugs and causing overdose deaths. This post explains where fentanyl comes from, the dangers, and how to use it properly in a drug scene.
(2 min read) Are you on #TeamPlotter or #TeamPantser? Or somewhere in-between? Folks either love plotting or seem to find it constraining their creativity. There are a few authors that tread the middle ground, tapping into bits of both worlds. (#TeamPlantser) Plotting seems to be quite a personal thing for authors. Some love the make…
Join us in this month’s multi-author blogging share topic from Insecure Writer’s Support Group: As a triathlete, I know that one day I’ll have to make the big decision to hang up my old, worn, racing shoes. (After all, I think you’ll agree they’ve seen better days!) What will be the tipping point? Will another…
Writers share posts on writing fears and insecurities, sharing them through The Insecure Writer’s Support Group network.
Are writing goals getting you down? Learn to use the power of dopamine find your ‘write carrot’ and improve motivation toward your writing goals.
Getting to the end of your manuscript can be like training to finish a long distance race. They both requires months or years of work, and the finish line experience is uncertain.