I've blogged about using a training budget before, but sometimes you may find your budget is hovering around $0. What do you do then? Spend time trolling through other author's blogs, especially those who offer eBooks (and other types of media) covering topics you're interested in, and prowling over social media networks. There are three … Continue reading 3 Ways to Get Free (Or Almost Free) Training
The saying goes, "A fool and his money are soon parted." I've lived that saying for a long time, unfortunately, so when I saw The Money Book by Denise Kiernan and Joseph D'Agnese I wondered what sage (unusable) advice I would find between the covers. I wondered if it was going to be another Rich Dad, … Continue reading A Fool And Her Money
Welcome to Toolbox Saturday where you'll find tools for various things from writing to whatever. I've picked up a lot of great writing tips from Roz Morris' blog and absolutely love her book Nail Your Novel. The following is one of the many useful posts she's written. I rewrote my novel through a critique group … Continue reading Novel By Critique Group
Welcome to Toolbox Saturday where you'll find tools for various things from writing to whatever. I just finished another scene of Apprentice Cat. Wahoo!! Each day I get just a little closer to finishing the entire book. That makes me feel great. There are days when I wondered if I was doing what I'm supposed … Continue reading Following Your Passion
Welcome to Toolbox Saturday where you'll find tools for various things from writing to whatever. There are times in every writer's life when ideas will come flooding in -- but not for the story you're working on. You don't want to forget those little gems because they would be great in another story, yet they're … Continue reading When the Ideas Come
In Mike Duran's post How Do We “Glorify God” in Our Writing? I discovered I wasn't the only person asking if you can write a Christian story without specifically mentioning God. As Mike points out, it seems most Christian writers (and I would say most Christians) think you absolutely must include God specifically in a story in order for it to … Continue reading Is God Necessary In Christian Fiction?