Here is the video introduction of, and a reading from, my short story, Dudley’s Sacrifice. If you are reading this post via email, and the video player does not show a video above, you can click on the post title
Ginger Pavloff recently asked: “What about Hemingway?” She was referring to my three part series on balance and the creative life, and wondering how I account for those creative geniuses who were so dramatically UN-balanced? This video is my response
I hope you’ve enjoyed these three brief videos on balance and the creative life. Let me know if you found something here useful… Here is the third, and final, video: If you missed it: Pt.1 is here. Pt.2 is here.
This video is part two of a three part series on balance and the creative life. You can watch Part One, here. What areas do find hardest to keep in balance in your life? What area, separate (in theory) from
In this episode of the Three Minute Writer, I begin a three-part series focused on balance and maintaining creativity. I hope you enjoy… Please leave a comment or two below…How does this look at balance relate to your own
Warning: This installment of the Three Minute Writer is more like four and a half minutes long. I’ve talked on the blog, here, about finding a creative rhythm and giving yourself the energy and opportunity to seize on your creativity.
I try to post the Unblocker prompts on Tuesday and Thursday, and post the video blog in the middle, but I wasn’t very good with reading the calendar this week. Today’s episode of The Three Minute Writer is dedicated to
Time for another video blog! This time, I’m focused, for just a few minutes, on the roles that desire and discipline play in our writing life. Thanks for watching the Three Minute Writer series. If you’ve missed one (this is
As of this week, I’ve recorded and shared FIVE installments of my video blog series, The Three Minute Writer. I’ve listed the five episodes below, in case you are interested. Editor vs. Writer Writing Process Writing Prompts, What Are They