Spring is finally here! After a harsh winter filled with dark days, bitter winds and more snow than I prefer, I welcome chirping birds, blooming flowers and earlier sunrises.
Spring is a time for new beginnings. There’s no better time to start developing new writing habits that get you to write more like this spring.
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.
Thanks to my fans for your patience while I took a month-long hiatus! This blog post explains that I wasn’t being lazy during my time away from KLWightman.com.
In fact, I was conducting a digital data experiment—and here are the results.
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.
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It’s not an elaborate word, a controversial word, an out-of-date word or a trending word.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.