Have you ever given much thought to the saying, "I've got a lot on my plate"? If not, maybe you should because it could mean the difference between excelling at what you do best and burning out. Photo by Lisa Fotios on Pexels.com I hadn't thought much about "having a lot on my plate" until … Continue reading Stop Adding Work to Your Plate!
Upon Review: Dear Writer, Are You Intuitive? (QuitBooks for Writers Book 6)
All in all Dear Writer, Are You Intuitive? (QuitBooks for Writers Book 6) by Becca Syme and Susan Bischoff is a book well worth diving into if you believe you are an intuitive writer.
Accepting Being Consistently Inconsistent
Being consistently inconsistent isn’t a failing. In fact, it can be a superpower when you choose to be motivated by passion rather than consistency.
Who is your ideal audience?
When you began your writing journey, did you consider who your ideal audience was going to be? For me, it was me. I was writing (and still do) stories I wanted to read. However, I’ve recently discovered others have a different idea of who my stories are for. My books revolve around talking magical cats … Continue reading Who is your ideal audience?
Psst! I don’t read my reviews, and that’s a GOOD thing…
I love my readers. I'm ecstatic that I have loyal fans who choose to leave good, honest reviews. However, I don't read them and for good reasons. For me, it's about saving my sanity because I tend to dwell on anything I consider negative, which in many people's minds would be worth a shoulder shrug. … Continue reading Psst! I don’t read my reviews, and that’s a GOOD thing…
When the Universe is against you, do you quit?
Humans make stupid choices and I'm no exception. This week I had a run-in with my mandolin slicer while making pickles. Suffice to say I won't be typing as fast on my current WIP as I normally would. Adding that to my already topsy turvey daily life and my drafting schedule just blew up. These … Continue reading When the Universe is against you, do you quit?
A little story for you to enjoy
I ran across this little gem while clearing out some old files and thought you all might enjoy this cute little story. If you free short reads check out writing.com, where I posted the short story version of Apprentice Cat and find some wonderful new works and fantastic authors. Once upon a time there were … Continue reading A little story for you to enjoy
When Your Writing Schedule Gets Turned Upside Down
As Indie Authors, we know it’s important to continue to produce and schedule disruptions can be a big problem, but they don’t have to be. These five suggestions can help you balance the need to be engaged with your family’s activities and continue to work on your current WIP.
Being a Nobody Writer Ain’t So Bad
Have you ever had a song stuck in your head? I mean really stuck, like no matter what you do, you just can’t shake it. Maybe having an earworm, isn't a bad thing, especially if it leads you to a new way of seeing yourself.
Using Royalty Free Music to Break Through Writer’s Block
You can use royalty free music to help you break through writer's block, set the mood for any scene, and more!