Some day, hopefully not too far in the future, I'll have one of these bad boys. And by bad boys I mean a tiny and cute little writer's shed where I can retreat to. Maybe that's the midlife crisis of the future!
The trick to writing your first book? It's a really crazy secret that's not crazy at all. You just start writing. And you start with whatever you have, wherever you are. Or use my ten other book writing tips to get you started.
Since Arby's has cornered the market on beef and cheddars, I've decided to consider what my unique product offering will be...now that THAT one is taken. Writing novels, it is! What's your product offering?
I can't tell a lie. I've got a writer crush on Jeff Goins. With his new book now in hand, "The Art of Work: A Proven Path to Discovering What You Were Meant to Do," I can't tear myself away from what he's written. And I encourage you to get lost in his words, just like I'm doing.
I love a hashtag as much as the next girl. But this one needs to be put to rest. No more of the #amwriting nonsense.
Seven scary things about writing a book and all of the ways I'm failing you, always. Too dramatic? It's a dramatic kind of post, I guess.
On finding the time to write. On writing with small children. On dealing with sleep deprivation.
I love cartoons. I love Disney movies. I love animated classics. So it came as no surprise to me that one of the perks of having a kid is that you get to watch all the cartoons you want. And – for the first time since I was 12 – not feel a little bit … Continue reading What Madagascar 3 Taught Me About Facing My Fears