Jan 21, 2019
As a writer, what do you need? Do you need a desk? A room of your own? Scrivener? A pad and paper and something to lean on?
The answer is probably 'it depends'. And it's important to figure out what you need, and when.
Other writers (often in the form of writers' groups) can help you find your groove as a writer.
Dec 31, 2018
In which I encourage you to celebrate the end/start of the year however makes you happiest!
If you want planning docs find them here: https://stada.me/pace
If you want to set some goals for January, check in at StoryADay.org on Jan 1 for our SWAGr group.
And if your goals are simply to stand in front of the mirror every...
Dec 15, 2018
Should you focus on your goals (the outcome you want) or your identity ("I am a writer") if you want to succeed?
This week I talk about the idea that it is much easier to create a good habit if you see yourself as the type of person who DOES a thing, rather than as someone who wishes they had the ability/time/resources...
Nov 18, 2018
Encouraging you to find the creative joy in your writing at this midpoint of NaNoWriMo (or what ever writing challenge has you down), through playfulness.
Wonderbook by Jeff Vandermeer
Check out the Keep Writing Workbook from the StoryADay Creativity Bundle: https://stada.me/play
Nov 12, 2018
Advice about how to get unstuck when you still have 30,000 words to write!
Unsticking Yourself thread on Twitter: https://stada.me/unstuck
Tony Conaway's article on public readings: https://stada.me/tonytalk
Further reading: What To Do When You're Stuck In The Middle of Your Novel,...