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
Episode 1 of the More Stories podcast is called, Nice to Meet Ya! You can listen here, or you can subscribe to the Podcast via iTunes for automatic updates. Stay tuned: In the coming weeks, I will release a More
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
Where do we turn for information in this age of computers and search engines?!? Why, Wikipedia, of course: A podcast (or netcast) is a digital medium consisting of an episodic series of audio, video, PDF, or ePub files subscribed to
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
When I started thinking about how I would make some changes in my personal and creative life, I started with the first necessary component: scheduling. I knew several things, up front, and I began to plan accordingly. First, making changes
I’ve blogged before about my process. It is something that a lot of people find interesting. I know I enjoy discussing process and learning about the creative flow as others experience it, even if it doesn’t apply to the way
Not a traditional blog post, but, instead two links: First, my writer friend, Andrea Cumbo of Andilit.com, has been so kind as to feature a new blog post from me on her website. So, you can follow this link to
I blog about my MFA experience, the schedule and “process” of getting my degree in Creative Writing, to give readers who are considering pursuing an MFA a taste of that life. So, today, I’m thinking about the issue of TIME.
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.