Take responsibility for your own writing practice by creating a writing ritual. This puts you in charge of it.
When you compare writing and talking you find a lot of similarities. Both use language to communicate ideas and feelings to other humans. One of the big differences is our sense of the audience.
If you’ve come across Donald Miller’s Building a Story Brand (2017) – or work by anyone who’s been influenced by him – you’ll know that story and narrative are of vital importance to your business and marketing. Sales and branding are important, but in this post, I want to look at the importance of story […]
Read about how Lucy Jane Santos stumbled on her topic for Half Lives: The Unlikely History of Radium.
All kids are fearless, until they start editing themselves. Learn to quiet your inner editor so you can be a fearless writer.
I became a writing coach to help my clients join the conversation. It’s only when we welcome and celebrate multiple perspectives that we can create a kinder, more tolerant society.
Over the last several weeks I’ve been quiet on here because I’ve been doing a lot of listening, reading, and thinking as we’ve seen problems that have been around for centuries come to the fore in ways that they haven’t in my lifetime. I’m not going to respond to particular people or incidents, but in […]
Whether you’re writing a blog post or a book, you’ve likely asked yourself what you should write. It may feel like you could write about anything – after all, thanks to the internet, you can research anything you want. But just because we can do something, doesn’t mean we should.
As writers, we have a responsibility to our readers to filter out unreliable information when we choose what sources to use in our books, blogs, and articles.
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to hold your book or see it on the shelf? Read on!