When writing with others, I think it’s important to make sure we are appreciating both aspects in our writing communities; our differences and our commonality For most of us writers, we’re all doing our own thing, writing our own way, living our own individual writer’s life the best way we know how. We focus onContinue reading “Create Rich Experiences”
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How do you know when you’re finished with your story? I always cut mine short. I tend to rush through the endings and not take my time the same way I do when I start. Sometimes I think I just wanna be finished. Sometimes I just feel like it’s a good place to end. ThingsContinue reading “Abrupt Endings”
On Writing- Old Wounds and Your Characters’ Decision Making Photo by Taisiia Stupak on Unsplash When writing a character, it’s the wounds that guide their decision making. Unless something divine intervenes, when the character is left to make their own decisions, that decision must be made with their old wounds in mind. Whether it makes them use courageContinue reading “On Writing”
Show Up and Bare it All
On Writing Photo by Jorik Kleen on Unsplash When you look at a writer’s work, you can’t look at one piece and know the whole artist. One piece of work is just a bleep on the radar. Especially in today’s world. You can’t just look at one post, or one blog, or one short story, poem, whatever. YouContinue reading “Show Up and Bare it All”
Dear Writer, Your Ability to Focus on Today is Amazing.
For Writers Editing Their First Draft Photo by Aziz Acharki on Unsplash You stayed focused on today and that is amazing. When you focus too much on tomorrow it takes away from today. If you took your time and slowly carved away at your words, that is true craftsmanship. You can’t rush art. You know what you haveContinue reading “Dear Writer, Your Ability to Focus on Today is Amazing.”
Too Tired To Work Toward Your Dreams?
Too Tired To Work Toward Your Goals? I feel you You have dreams and goals. You have them laid out and your to-do list is jam packed. When you wrote the list, you were eager and excited. And now the excitement is starting to dwindle. You’re run down. You’ve pushed yourself too far. Now you’reContinue reading “Too Tired To Work Toward Your Dreams?”
Stop Fighting to Write
Stop fighting to do what you love. Are you getting tired of fighting for your writing? Does it seem like it takes more energy to create right now then you can muster? Good! That means you’re fighting for the things you want in life. That push back when you go to step away from theContinue reading “Stop Fighting to Write”