Writing Inspiration arrives like a lightning bolt and disappears like a mist, but we can replenish this elusive entity each day with our surroundings. When I examined my workspace for writing 'fuel', I found many ways it helps me coax the words onto the page.… Read the post
Editing a manuscript can be a daunting task, but it becomes easier when using time-tested dialogue suggestions. While I tip-toed through my first chapters, I discovered how to use this handy writers’ multipurpose tool. Slogging through stalled and unproductive scenes, the simple act of allowing my characters to speak had many purposes, and solved my writerly problems. … Read the post
My last post at WITS went in-depth on the aspects of Flow and how to use the psychology of writing to get into the Creative Zone. How does that apply to our misconceptions about getting into the mood for writing?… Read the post
Is your writing in a slump? Are you having trouble finding motivation to finish your next project? Have you lost that loving feeling? (Insert cheesy, singing jet pilots here if that works for you!) Fear not, skilled writers, we are in this together and I hope you will soon find your words flowing like Niagara Falls.… Read the post
Have you wondered what other authors have done to be more productive? What unusual methods they used to finish their novels? Read about seventeen famous writers and their quirky hacks to get words on the page.
What limits would you go to in 2021 to get into the writing zone?