by Ellen Buikema
Like many writers, I am fortunate to have a varied and
interesting dreamlife. However, for almost a year after beginning our
retirement travels I was unable to recall any dreams.
No dreams. No writing. Not good.
My dreamtime, normally filled with weird and
thought-provoking scenarios, became a void.… Read the post
by K. Maze
Dear Writer Friends, it’s November. The time of holidays, deadlines and NaNoWriMo.
We have lives full of responsibilities, but we are also builders of amazing mind worlds, and if we don’t take care of ourselves, our stories suffer and so do we!… Read the post
by John Peragine
One of the hardest things to do as a writer is to be
organized and business-minded. We want to live within our worlds of fantasy and
dare anyone or anything to break us away.
I am one of the lucky few who can say that their day job is writing.… Read the post
I'm a fan of fairy tales. Not so much the Disney re-tellings—though some are good—but rather the rich lore of the originals.
But what if your writing career was a fairy tale? Which one would it be?
Cinderella was a hard-working young woman cursed by a stepmother who didn't care one bit about her dreams.… Read the post
by James R. Preston
Welcome! Welcome to another exciting installment of Writers in the Storm.
This episode promises, thrills, chills, journeys to foreign lands in search of writing glory, as well as encounters with writing history and deadly foreign bacteria!… Read the post