The 2023 Writer’s Strike is hitting very different from previous strikes, probably because during the previous strikes I was still struggling with the very concept of what it meant for me to be a writer. Fair warning, I’m about to share a little bit about those struggles, but if you’d like to skip this part […]
It seems as though nearly every day I meet a new aspiring author. So, naturally, it seems as though nearly every day I cringe at how someone has decided to describe his or her profession. Aspiring Authors — these are two words that I wish had never been used together. So, I am here to tell you
Can you make the new Clubhouse App work for your writing business? By now, you’ve probably heard of the new social app: the Clubhouse App. It’s a new social app, still in beta, that is sweeping through entrepreneurial spaces because of the potential for networking. When I was first invited to test out Clubhouse, I
I have never met a writer who didn’t have a hard time writing. So, it’s a good thing there are so many amazing books out there dedicated to helping writers improve on their craft. Here is a list of some of the best books on writing fiction (or nonfiction) that I have read and love.
Looking to earn a full-time writing income but you’re just not quite there yet? So you’ve decided to do it. You have decided to follow your dream and become a writer. Good for you. Chances are it didn’t take you very long to figure out that writing doesn’t always start off lucrative. In fact, it
The writing community is unlike any other community of professionals I have ever been privileged to be a part of. Whether talking to novelists, textbook writers, ghostwriters, freelance writers, or bloggers, I get the feeling that they get me. They understand what I’m going through. The struggle of getting a rainbow of thoughts out of