Don’t let the winter chill cool off your writing. Between the holidays and dark days, winter makes it harder for us to stay focused on our writing.
So I’ve devised a writing strategy fitting for this cold season so that you willingly choose to keep the fire burning beneath your creative passion.
Enough of the winter wordplay! Here are five ways to commit more to your writing this season.
Pantsers: This blog post is not for you.
Want to create a game plan for National Novel Writing Month so that you come out a NaNoWriMo winner? Read on.
Fall semester, team sports, extracurricular activities, cider mills and corn mazes—do we have to sacrifice the season to write more this autumn?
Of course not! You just need a new game strategy to make it all happen.
I thought I’d have a book published by now. Here’s why I’m okay that I can’t call myself an author just yet.
Don’t let all that sunshine get in the way of your writing this summer. This is how I plan to keep up on my writing while the weather is nice.
Short answer: Probably not.
Long answer: Read my blog post.
We’ve all used this word when we think, when we speak and when we write. It’s very easy to do.
See? I just used it.
Didn’t catch it? Let’s try this again.
It’s not an elaborate word, a controversial word, an out-of-date word or a trending word. It’s a word that we slip in to our sentence at the very last moment to emphasize our point.
Missed it again? I’ll spell it out for you.