If You Want to Catch a Writer…

If you want to catch a writer (heaven's knows why. They'll probably just eat all your books and steal all your paper). There are some things you'll need to know once you lay hands on this mythical creature.  The writer.  You'll need a place to put your writer. Preferably put them somewhere where they can … Continue reading If You Want to Catch a Writer…

All a Writer Need is…

love, love is all you need! *takes off headphones* did you say something? Sorry, I was groov'in. I believe that there is an overall concurrence with the general public that the breed of people known as writers, don't need much.  Ok fine fine fine FINE. Maybe writers are a little demanding. But we only want total … Continue reading All a Writer Need is…

It’s Hard to Take a Vacation When You’re a Writer

The problem with being a writer (and there are many) is that even if you are writing full time, it really never is a 9-5. Because even if you quit at 5, sit down on your couch and turn on your favorite show, there is something looking over your shoulder, a dark cloud looming over … Continue reading It’s Hard to Take a Vacation When You’re a Writer

How to Stay Alive as a Writer

You are a writer. You read novels and books on writing craft. You spend hours practicing writing and editing. You go to conferences and writing workshops. Well that's great. But that is keeping the writer alive, it's not keeping you alive.  Yes, we are actually human beings after all. While I am no health professional, … Continue reading How to Stay Alive as a Writer

When You Don’t Feel Like Writing

The setting:  Early, grey morning. I'm half-asleep, having being awake all night blowing my nose (spring/summer allergies. BOOOO). I had just discovered that I must add 20,000 to my suspense novel.  20,000 words I had NO IDEAS FOR. And I am exhausted and my brain is melted and full of snot. So what do I do? … Continue reading When You Don’t Feel Like Writing

5 Misconceptions About Writers (like no one has done this before.)

It seems sometimes writers are held to a mythological level. Writers spending their time roaming misty hills in the highlands, or in small, dark offices, or huddling in the corners of coffee shops. But REALLY? DO WE DO THESE THINGS?? Are the myths all true??? I don't know, I can only speak for myself over … Continue reading 5 Misconceptions About Writers (like no one has done this before.)