Getting the Right Amount of Guilt Right

Many writers don’t write full-time. Whether you have a day time job, go to school, or are a stay-at-home mom, it’s often that these things hold priority over your work-in-progress. Us writers like this aren’t pro. We don’t go to fancy book signings, we aren’t a New York Times Bestseller, and we often aren’t even … Continue reading Getting the Right Amount of Guilt Right


The Power of the Subconscious

Authors often talk about not being able to take a break from a work-in-progress and relax, especially while on vacation. Your flight attendant’s walk reminds you of your antagonist’s, the restaurant you ate at would be a perfect place for your character to go on a date, and--oh!--you just figured out the way to fix … Continue reading The Power of the Subconscious