If writing doesn’t work out what can we do? Eat our body weight in chocolate or find another occupation? Transferable skills are where it’s at. So what other jobs could a writer do? Warning: this post may contain unhelpful and silly advice.
Writing or any pursuit can be lonely if we allow the lack of support from our loved ones to taint it. Look to the ‘strangers’ out there who champion you. The unexpected ones can be the best cheerleaders.
Writing and running – a strange combination? Yes, if you insist on doing both at the same time. Otherwise running helps prevent writer’s butt and shows us how to be better writers. Honestly.
Words are my friends and tools of my trade, until they make me go ‘aargh’. We all have words we love to hate. Curl up and cringe along with me. Share yours too!
Writers are freaking superheroes, capable of magnificent feats of writing wonder. Channel your inner hero and hoist your underpants over those spangly tights.
Television isn’t writing’s enemy. Used effectively, TV can enhance your writing. Turn your TV set on and be blown away by the clever writers who create some of it.
My novel refuses to fit in the box. It wants to be many genres. No amount of squishing helps. What to do? Write a post and add cat pictures, of course.
Subtitle: How not to be a git in Facebook writing or blogging groups. Facebook groups are great for writers and bloggers if we know how to use them!