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Stayin' Alive

Hey everyone, I’m still here, sorry for the long absence.  These past couple of months have been busy and stressful, but I’m hoping to get back to something like a normal writing/posting schedule. 100 more words


WRITE 1,000 WORDS EVERY DAY: Creating a Writing Schedule

Write 1,000 words every day. It might be the best writing advice I ever got. Yes, we can learn much about the craft of writing, about style and narrative structure and how to research. 1,014 more words

Self Publishing

lynettedavis reblogged this on Memoir Notes.

Rules for A Minimalist Writer

Being a minimalist writer is serious business. These are the rules you need to follow if you want to be a minimalist writer: 127 more words

Being A Writer

How Much I Really Write

If someone assumes that writing my books took a lot of time, I tell them the truth: It took me one hour a day, five days a week during six to eight months to complete one of my books. 151 more words


But When? [Guest Post]

This is a guest post by Adele Annesi.

How can we develop a writing schedule that fits in with the rest of our lives?

When life gets busy, writing is often the first casualty. 801 more words


Bare List on Schedules

As we all dust the residue of 2017 off our shoulders and slam into 2018, it’s important to build a schedule for success. I can speak personally to the importance of daily schedules because I’ve been flying by the seat of my pants for weeks, and y’all it is not a good idea. 946 more words

Big things are happening people.

As Fetty Wap would say, hey what’s up hello!

How has 2018 been treating you so far?

I’ve enjoyed my little impromptu break from blogging. 463 more words