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Health and the Creative Life

Creative people aren’t known for being paragons of wellness. There will never be an article called, “Workouts to get a writer’s body.” We tend to seek comfort as we create, so that all our energy goes towards the art we’re intent on making. 285 more words

So You Think You Can Write 2015

When I first started writing, I had no real plans for publication. I wrote purely for my own entertainment and accomplishment. I dreamt up a story, I wanted to fully develop it and finish it for myself. 362 more words

How I Write


So I caught this post on C.S. Wilde’s blog and thought it was a pretty cool idea. So even though it is not Monday, I am posting this today. 320 more words

General Blog

Writing Music

I am easily distracted by the voices inside my head. Sometimes, that’s a good thing if it’s a character’s voice, but normally it’s that voice telling me that I forgot to buy mayonnaise at the grocery or reminding me that I am long overdue for a tire rotation. 209 more words


Setting: Different Perspectives

Last week during Teachers Write (which I am trying to keep up with!), there was a prompt about setting (you can read it here). Setting is a weakness of mine, an inconvenience at best. 477 more words

How I Write

How I Write

I’ve seen this floating around for a few days and figured I’d give it a try. If for no other reason than to give people an idea how one more writer does what he does. 490 more words

Not a Pantser. Not a Plotter. I'm a Puzzler.

What’s your writing process?

It’s such a common question for authors, and one most writers I know give a great deal of thought. Because we don’t simply hatch one day fully grown as authors who know  488 more words

Julie Glover