September 28, 2017

I've never been a believer in writer's block. I've heard the term used for over fifty years, and I think it's become a cliche. When I have students that use the term to explain a lack of productivity, I hit them with a piece of advice a favorite University professor, D...

September 25, 2017

Most writers that I know are tremendously perceptive. They see details that others miss or else ignore. For a writer, there's no going from point A to point B because we see the letters in between. Such is certainly the case for those of us suffering Trump supporters....

September 9, 2017

When you're trying to entice a publisher to take a look at your work, they will undoubtedly ask you to send them a summary and/or a synopsis, along with sample chapters. Most of the time, publishers like to see no more than a page. Imagine how many proposals they get e...

September 8, 2017

I usually begin my seminar/workshops by asking participants to write three questions they have for me. They can be personal or professional. then, depending on the number of participants, I ask them each to ask one of their questions. This is a great ice-breaker, allow...

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