writing

Guest Post: How to Enjoy Your Writing Gauntlet Journey by Hayley Reese Chow

How to Enjoy Your Writing Gauntlet Journey (Or any journey, really) One of the questions I see asked a lot in the writing community is: How do you write through the doubt? Through the rejections? Through the bad reviews? Would you keep writing even if you knew you’d never be published? Even if no one… Continue reading Guest Post: How to Enjoy Your Writing Gauntlet Journey by Hayley Reese Chow

blogaversary, writing

Ask Me Anything

Last month I challenged people on social media, and on my blog, to send me questions. Ask me anything, I said. Six brave souls took up the challenge. Here are my answers. What’s the scariest thing you’ve ever done?David Rae on Facebook Great question, David! Thank you. What is scary? Lots of things terrify me… Continue reading Ask Me Anything

book review, nonfiction, writing

On Writing by Stephen King

The king of horror’s famous memoir on the craft. Split into four sections, the first part of the book details King’s life from early childhood until his sale of the paperback rights for his first book, Carrie. The second section explains what a toolbox is and what a writer should keep in theirs (spoilers -… Continue reading On Writing by Stephen King

book review, nonfiction, writing

Being Indie by Eeva Lancaster

This week of Nonfiction November is about being the expert or becoming the expert. As it’s also National Novel Writing Month, and I’m a writer, I thought I’d focus on writing books this week. Being Indie outlines what an indie author is, how to get a book ready for publication, sourcing a cover, formatting an… Continue reading Being Indie by Eeva Lancaster