It’s a mathematical truth: The older you get, the faster time passes. When I was ten, a year was 1/10th of my life. Now, it is 1/39th. 1/39th of something is a much smaller amount than 1/10th. Time does indeed
Belinda Nicoll is the author of the new memoir, Out of Sync. Here is the text of the brief review of the book I posted to Amazon: One of the reasons I read is to gain insight into world-views, thought
Just a quick note to say I’ll be featuring an interview with Belinda Nicoll on Friday. Belinda took the time to give some thoughtful answers to my questions about her memoir, Out of Sync. I think you’ll enjoy “meeting” her
Josh Mosey takes a stab at one element of finding readers…check it out. Answer: How do we get non-writers to read?.
I used to post, quite often, about the best music deals I found on Amazon. For me, music is a big part of my creative process. I don’t always listen to music as I write (though, sometimes, I create a
As I was scrolling through my Twitter feed this morning–taking a quick break from a manuscript I’m critiquing–I thought about something that I’ve known for a while: We writers spend a lot of time hawking our books to other writers,
If you already follow Jen Luitwieler’s blog, you may have noticed I was tagged in a recent post to provide details of my current works in progress. (If you don’t follow Jen’s blog, you probably should.) The challenge Jen issued,
A few months ago, I posted a quick, bare-bones tutorial about using the website TweetChat to make the occasional hashtag festival on Twitter easier to navigate. I mentioned, then, that I regularly try to attend a Tuesday night Twitter chat