Cherished writing projects can get sidelined for days…weeks…months…years… Support your creative writing despite whatever curveball life may toss your way.
It’s not pretty being a committed creative. It can demand well-tended boundaries. You may find yourself being a little bit monstrous from time to time.
Being creative feels so good. Why don’t we all just go to that deep state of flow and stay there most of the time, most days? One important reason is that the flow state comes and goes.
She maintains the creative buzz at a manageable setting. This keeps her metabolism in a neutral groove. She feels more resilient and easygoing, less stressed or anxious.
You know that feeling when you are powering away on a creative project and then notice you’ve stopped, seemingly against your will?
Several years into my recovery from a massive stroke, I discovered a love of writing books! It’s so different from writing academic papers.
Clients often say they aren’t sure how to just flip a switch and shift from a too-formal to a conversational tone of (written) voice. I can empathize.
it’s more important than ever to have a literary agent on your side. Find one who is a good match for your writing genre, career goals, and working style.
She still remembers the teacher saying, “If we could do it right the first time, we wouldn’t need to know how to learn. You’ll get better as you go.”
You’re a writer. You have story ideas. Lots of them! It’s important to figure out which ones to develop into stories once they’ve arrived.