Well, hello there. It’s been a while since I’ve been here.
But that’s only because I’ve been busy writing over at the Examiner.
Writing about things like….
Why Stories Matter
Looking for Writing Motivation
I hope your year is starting off great and that you are inspired to make your dreams come true!
I don’t think I’ve ever written a “best of” post, so here goes.
There have been some fabulouso writing articles on the web recently and I’m gonna share ’em – just in case you missed ’em.
A Simple Way to Create Suspense by Lee Child at the New York Times.
How to Keep a Story on Track by Lisa Cron on Writer UnBoxed.
A Simple Approach to Revisions by Cathy Yardley on Writer UnBoxed.
The Mentor/Mentee Benefit by Vaughn Roycroft also on Writer UnBoxed. (This is an older article, but a good one.)
That’s it for now. Happy Weekend!
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Just in case you haven’t had enough of me just yet, you can also follow along with my musings at the Examiner.
What’s that? You want to know if you can subscribe to my articles there? Well, sure, if you insist! 😎
I will still be writing here too – I know, lucky you, right? tee hee.
Seriously, thanks for following along – it’s been wonderful to have you on the journey with me.