Got you at F-words, huh? That's okay. All these f-words are fine to use in whatever company you happen to be in right now. No one will wrinkle a brow once they get past the title, so there's no need to angle your screen or slouch and look over your shoulder.… Read the post
by Fae Rowen
The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines perseverance as "continued effort to do or achieve something despite difficulties, failure, or opposition."
I don't usually check definitions, but I knew perseverance meant more than stubborn, even when I was confronted by the word for the first time.… Read the post
by the WITS Founders
One of our founding members, Sharla Rae, recently passed away after a long battle with cancer. She was pivotal in all of our lives here at Writers In the Storm. Fae, Laura and Jenny have shared memories of her below, as well as photos of our great times together.… Read the post
It’s here. The fourth anniversary of Write Up a Storm.
We’re writing up a storm from 7:00 a.m. to 12:00p.m. EDT. If you missed the tips, you can read them here on our Facebook page.
Seventeen hours of opportunities to connect with others, meet goals, and get your words “on paper.”
We’ll be writing from the top of every hour for fifty minutes.… Read the post
Definite Limits, Approximate Limits, Infinite Limits, and No Limits for Writers
by Fae Rowen
I have to admit that I giggled when I decided to write about limits. I mean, how can a calculus teacher not be excited about getting to blog about limits?… Read the post