Some days, when I flashback to when my second paid training, I laugh.
It is funny now but it wasn’t funny then.
I had been ardently following a writing authority online for a while. And I thought I knew where my loyalties lay. Until he started promoting a 21-day training he was to hold.
I snapped. Read More
But where do we draw the line?
Honestly. Of course, I don’t mean a physical line. I actually mean, how can we create a balance between these two things? Read More
Reblogged from The Writing Life
“Do one thing every day that scares you.”
― Eleanor Roosevelt
I’ve read this quotation in a number of places and many different contexts. It is a solid action step for every writer.
Why? Because from my experience, fear can prevent us from taking action and moving forward with our writing. Will anyone want to read what I’m writing? Read More
That abstract, inexplicable feeling that just makes you sigh and say to yourself.
It was worth it.
All the stressing, the late-night post scheduling, the Whatsapp group monitoring…
Being a writers’ coach Read More