The Secret to Getting Your Written Words on the Page – Part 2

This blog post is a continuation of a post published on March 16, 2021, entitled¬†The Secret to Getting Your Written Words on the Page. And since this follow-up post has been a long time in coming, I'm going to get right to the chase. I'm going to address those strategies I've observed others utilizing and … Continue reading The Secret to Getting Your Written Words on the Page – Part 2

The Secret to Getting Your Written Words on the Page

Do you want to know what the secret of my success is for beginning the physical process of a written work -- the actual pen to paper or hand to keyboard written action of the writing process? Well, I hate to burst your bubble right off the bat, but I have no secret sauce for … Continue reading The Secret to Getting Your Written Words on the Page

Simplifying the Writing Process This Time Around

I've been doing this writing thing for a little over two years now, so you would think I'd have everything figured out at this moment in time. Right? WRONG! No, I've just recently figured a few things out that will determine how I proceed with my writing journey into the future. For some, the light … Continue reading Simplifying the Writing Process This Time Around

Fitting Book Writing into the Schedule Efficiently

I'm pretty sure I told you that I'd be getting back with you once I got my fall schedule together. I guess -- better late than never. Hee hee! Actually, since we're very close to the first day of winter, I'll just call this my "Schedule for the Foreseeable Future". I've been using that term … Continue reading Fitting Book Writing into the Schedule Efficiently

Back to Natural Basics (in Content Creation): Focus on the Right Stuff

If I were to define "the right stuff", I'd have to explain it as the "stuff" you're good at, you enjoy doing, and that's most important. So, when I think about going back to natural basics in content and product creation, I'm forced to pay attention to those activities that will hit all three criteria … Continue reading Back to Natural Basics (in Content Creation): Focus on the Right Stuff

Reblog – A Little Manuscript Humor

I decided to close out this eventful week with a little humor. They say laughter is good for you. So, in recognition of the importance of your overall well-being, I dedicate this reblog to your health and pray that it can put an upward curl to your lips today.¬† I originally posted this piece on … Continue reading Reblog – A Little Manuscript Humor

Newbie Writers Sharing Their Writing Journeys

My weekly report #8 consists of the following: there is no weekly report today. Instead, I thought it would be a better use of your time and mine to have me change things up this Monday. So, instead of wasting this blog post on reporting about the small list of things I managed to accomplish … Continue reading Newbie Writers Sharing Their Writing Journeys

Why the Writing Well Will Never Run Dry

Mommy blogging time! The reason I'll never run out of things to write about has everything to do with my children. As long as I'm a mom (and that will be until I no longer exist), the writing well will stay abundantly full. Because when all other inspiration fails, my children will repeatedly bring writing … Continue reading Why the Writing Well Will Never Run Dry