FAIR WARNING: I will be disabling comments on this post because I just know there are a LOT of people out there who have very definite opinions on The Twilight Saga and this is my opinion so, to those people who like to be nasty about other people’s opinions on favorite books – write your … More My take on “The Twilight Saga” – it’s my blog post… I can write about what I want.
Well, I guess we won’t be seeing a return of the app that gave us “Christmas magic” from our fun red Starbucks cups. While I appreciate that Starbucks enjoys changing with the times, my children will be heartbroken once again. I have to admit I’m a little heartbroken too… Last year I could not adequately … More This one’s not about NaNoWriMo.
– You can not write simply to get the ending you “like”. It doesn’t work that way. A writer will be the first one to tell you that they write the story but they don’t always get to dictate where the story goes. A story often has a mind of it’s own and you … More Hard Lessons learned about Writing and Life
Why can’t we just be who God made us! I hear it/see it every day. Someone says it . . . Someone writes an article about it . . . Someone tweets about it . . . Someone blogs about it . . . Writers have to develop a thicker skin. WHY? Is it really … More Could telling writers to “get thicker skin” be responsible for the decline in GREAT writing?
I am still fairly new to social media but I can not help noticing something amiss in the world of blogging. Has anyone else noticed all the “learn to write” articles, courses and advertisements posted every day? Or is it just me? I don’t just mean one a day either. More like twenty new ones … More Writers… real writers, don’t need to learn how to write. We need help editing, rewriting or getting published.
At the end of this article: LINK a question is asked: How can agents impress writers?. I would like to go one better than just a reply to the article that no one may ever see. So, as one author, I would like to answer that question. How can an agent impress me? And I … More RE: How can agents impress writers?
I’ve been reading about this intriguing discovery about the name behind the pseudonym Robert Galbraith. In the article, there is a slight debate about whether the publishing companies should put so much support behind their popular authors or not but the most important reality, in my opinion, has been missed entirely. What publishers and even … More What the publishing industry misses…