I hope you agree, it’s better late than never to share my notes and lessons from last year’s “Writing as Healing” panel sponsored by Fine Lines. We had a panel of authors who rocked my world. First came Abigail, who requested to not have to go first, but did anyway. She bravely shared her truths, … Continue reading Writing as Healing
As a writer, the subject of writing tends to find its way into introductory conversations. Even if not your full time profession, even if you consider writing a hobby, or an uneconomical passion, you are still a writer and when the subject comes up, as it often does, the inevitable question that follows is: “What … Continue reading What Do You Write?
I have good news and bad news. The good news is that it only takes one book to earn you the title of published author and all of the benefits thereof. The bad news is: One book isn’t enough. However, back to the good news, you are an artist and the most important process you … Continue reading Market-Write Tip #1
“A cyclical addiction that I cannot deny, I am lured by the mixing of reality with hope. I binge on the emotion, wallowing in its depth. The endorphins give me the texture, enable the distorted visions, and find the purpose in tragedy. Touching the places in the soul that are held private; protected. The motion … Continue reading Why I Write