The last time I was here, I addressed introversion and extroversion and how they relate to whether we're more likely to plot our novel or write by the seat of our pants.
Given the great feedback on that post, I want to continue looking into how the personality traits identified by the
Myers-Briggs Personality Indicator (MBTI) may impact our writing process.… Read the post
This coming weekend, I'll be in Midland, Texas for the
Permian Basin Writers Workshop Event where I get to present on choosing the right writing process for you.
In preparation, I've been reading up on writing process and personality and came across
an interesting paper published by the National Council of Teachers in English (2009).… Read the post
Earlier this year, my co-writer and I released
three novels of a mythological mystery/thriller series. Unfortunately, we didn't know quite know where our story fit, since it had elements of urban fantasy but was set on an island. And it was kind of a thriller, but also a mystery.… Read the post
Remember when we used to buy a whole album of music from an artist? If you don't remember, just roll with me anyway. (And stop making me feel so old!)
Quite a few of my albums—both vinyl and CD—are collections of most popular or beloved songs; that is, the artist's Greatest Hits.…
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I'm a born pessimist — whenever things are going too well in my life, I get this overwhelming sense of dread. Because I just
know that doom is right around the corner.
Obviously I'm not here to advocate pessimism, or we'll all be doomsayers and how annoying would that be?!…
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