There is a four volume set of interviews which originally appeared in the renowned literary journal, The Paris Review. I remember when I first learned of these books I put them on my “wish list,” though I waited a number of
I was reading a blog post by Michael Hyatt this morning called “Are You a Pilot or a Passenger in Your Own Life?” Michael’s blog is focused on business- and leadership-minded individuals, and I’ve found a lot of inspiration for
Having a “to-do” list is great. Having a “to-do” list is terrible. Both are true. Organized and Purposeful If you’ve read this blog, even a few times, you likely know that I am a big believer in creativity being sustained
I spend a lot of time talking to other writers about their work. Some are new writers. Some are more established. But sometimes, I have to give myself a bit of a shove… I have planned, since early July, to
I always say, when teaching about process, that there are as many ways to accomplish the act of piling up pages of text as there are writers. Inevitably, though, I get two questions: 1. How do YOU do it? and
I have written many blog posts in the past about the writing PROCESS, and it is always a popular topic. In fact, in a recent survey of the folks who are subscribed to my email newsletter (or to receive the
Here is a brief discussion of the writing process (mine, specifically) for this installment of The Three Minute Writer. Thanks for watching!!