How I Increased My Writing Output By Over 800% In A Year!

Simply Does It Today is a good day. A simply good day. Because in the life of a writer, any day where the writing flows, is one which lifts our hearts, and makes us feel so much better. I have spent my whole adult life trying to find a way to fit it all in, so that I can feel good about more days than … Continue reading How I Increased My Writing Output By Over 800% In A Year!

One Argument for Writing Every Day

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? by Tonya R. Moore Recently, writers all over the Internet got outraged over an article declaring that unless you write every day, you’re not a real writer. I don’t share this article’s sentiment however, I do believe that if you can carve out the time and summon the wherewithal to write every day, you should. Writing is… Continue reading One Argument for Writing Every Day

From Slush Pile to Editor’s Desk: Build Urgency from the Beginning

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? by Manuela Williams While you can’t predict exactly what an editor will or will not like, there are a couple things you can do to ensure that your story has a fighting chance when you submit it to a literary magazine (and won’t cause anyone to scream and/or tear their hair out in frustration). This is PART 2 of… Continue reading From Slush Pile to Editor’s Desk: Build Urgency from the Beginning

Captain Beany – A Man On A Mission

  Sometimes, quite unexpectedly, you meet someone either online or in person who has a great vibe. By that, I don’t mean that you are physically attracted to them, or want a relationship with them. But what I do mean is that they have a great heart, personality, charisma or some other attribute that makes them likeable. Last week I came across a character just … Continue reading Captain Beany – A Man On A Mission