If you’ve been reading here awhile, you may have noticed that I have a nasty habit:
I start a lot of projects that I don’t finish. 1,562 more words
For some reason, the nuts and bolts of writing are endlessly fascinating, not only to writers, but to the great unwashed – people who, while they have never voluntarily raised a pen in anger, are nevertheless profoundly curious about the way in which writers work. 642 more words
For all our dreamy imaginings, and the stories we tell ourselves and each other about destiny and desire and what is meant to be, both writing and romance are practical arts that find their life in action. 863 more words
Before you run out of steam, writing doesn’t just hand itself to you on a platinum platter because you command it so. No, that’d be absurd and easy. 352 more words
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DISCUSSION: When do you write and how often?
“I never could have done what I have done without the habits of punctuality, order, and diligence, without the determination to concentrate myself on one subject at a time.” -Charles Dickens… 246 more words