Turning Whine Into Gold
In high school, I was the type of high achiever that had my teachers taking me under their wings. Turns out, that wasn’t always such a good thing.
My fifth-year Russian teacher, thinking I’d follow in his footsteps, challenged me to write a research paper on a Russian ballerina—in Russian.… Read the post
There are a lot of exciting possibilities for everyone this year, all relating to the changing energies around us. You don't have to believe in anything "new age" to admit that the first month of 2017 flew by like a rocket.… Read the post
What's the time management secret that's sure to help us all get TONS more writing done? "Yes makes less." It's my new favorite motto.
If you've never heard of Steven Pressfield or Shawn Coyne, you're missing out on some amazing lessons.… Read the post
Turning Whine into Gold
By Kathryn Craft, @KCraftWriter
Last year, Janice Gable Bashman and I co-wrote an article for Writer’s Digest Magazine, The 7 Deadly Sins of Self-Editing, that turned out to be quite popular. Apparently sinning resonated with writers (go figure!) who recognized that greed, lust, gluttony, pride, sloth, envy, and wrath might be waiting to trip up their creative souls.… Read the post
Or... Turning Whine into Gold
by Kathryn Craft
I’d like to thank the team here at Writers in the Storm for letting me blow in with a series on attitude adjustment.
If you think this has nothing to do with becoming an author, you couldn’t be more wrong!… Read the post