Do you have the confidence to do it? The confidence to write? Confidence is 9 tenths of winning the battle. How can you improve your confidence? Continue reading Writing: Largely About having the Confidence to Do It!
Do you analyse the source of your readership? You should. Knowing where readers come from helps you understand their needs. Continue reading Do you Analyze the Source of Your Readership
Does your mood affect how you interact on Social Media? It is arguably the biggest social challenge today. Getting bored of Facebook isn’t a bad thing. Come back to it another day. Continue reading Consistency, Mood and Publicity – The Social Challenge
Life brings some unexpected surprises. You must celebrate them. Here, an unknown anniversary. They help you appreciate what is and what is still to be. Continue reading 8 Year Anniversary: Motivating and Empowering
What is the value of a short post to your blog? This is a key question for all blog writers to understand. The answer is one that may surprise you. Continue reading What Value the Short Post to Your Blog?
What happened to your Christmas spirit? Take a tot of your favourite drink and sit outside on the frozen deck with me. be in the spirit of the season, smile when you need to. Continue reading A Little Christmas Spirit 😂
Writers gather around the big classroom conference table. Its the first evening of my weeklong writing retreat. I ask each writer to grab a stack of magazines and begin tearing out photos.. Continue reading Refresh Your Writing Brain with an Image Board This Week
You are a first time writer. The question of whether you have the necessary skills is a vital one that needs to be answered. Can feedback help you? Continue reading First Time Writer – “I want to know if I can write”
With writing does practice make perfect? This is an essential question discussed by Barbara Baig. Continue reading If You Just Keep Writing, Will You Get Better?
How are you using your time? Truth is too many people let it while away, but tit doesn’t have to always be the case. Continue reading Shattered Glass and the Pain of Not Writing
Most of us edit our on-line stories, we show only the perfect image of ourselves on Facebook. Sonia Voldseth questions whether we should show more. Continue reading Is Your Life Really as Perfect as It Looks on Facebook?
Having encountered Mike Senczyszak’s writing a few months ago I have followed his blog, where he presents some interesting thoughts. He presents today some thoughts about why he writes. Continue reading Why Do I Write? Thoughts by Mike Senczyszak
Real writers realise that the creative part of writing is only part of what you need to succeed as a writer, Leveraging the power of social sites like Twitter and Facebook are all important, but sometimes it is essential to consider using advertising, Joanna Penn explains. Continue reading 5 Ways That Authors Can Use Facebook Advertising | The Creative Penn
The seven deadly sins of blog posting by Jeff Bullas is something ever writer should learn from Continue reading 7 Deadly Sins of Blog Post Writing
Nancy Czerwinski writes children s fiction and writes this guest post about the challenges of writing. She shows what drives her and how she manages the mundane chores and remains effective as a writer. Continue reading The Ups and Downs of Writing – By Nancy Czerwinski