Writers either love or hate blogging. Blogging shouldn’t be a promotional chore. It’s an extension of your writing that you can grow to love and learn from.
I loved the 1980s. I lived it, made it through, and am now writing a novel about it. Come join me on a nostalgic trip into a time when it was acceptable in the ’80s.
What would happen if a cheeky, self-consumed writer wrote a dating site profile? Cue writery angst and humour. Husband: this is all my make believe stuff!
Life is easier for the writer’s loved ones if the writer is writing. Use this list to create harmony in your relationship. No refunds if it doesn’t work.
Writing when depressed can be tough, if it happens at all. Depressed, relapsing and recovering writers, this is for you. You’re still a writer regardless.
Are you sure you want to stop a writer from writing? It’s dangerous territory. Okay, here’s the ultimate list for how to stop them in their writing tracks.
Bestsellers aren’t always the best of what’s on offer. They can be amazing but they can also obscure the little gems of books waiting to be discovered.
Does a writer or creative need a muse? What is it about muses and why can’t I see my invisible friend? Time to be a-muse-d about muses. Groan.