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
Pinterest is an interesting and visual social media solution and Lydia Oyetunji of Two Drops of Ink explains it’s value. Continue reading Getting Started with Social Media: Pinterest
Writers love to write on a multitude of topics, but where should they publish this writing? A specialist blog may not be the correct place. Continue reading Writing on Different Topics in Different Places
Darren Rowse, the ProBlogger is a great resource to find out more about the subject of blogging, here is a summary of some things I have learned over the years. Continue reading The ProBlogger and What he Learned about Blogging
The first in a series about writers challenges, Lydia Oyetunji explains the challenges of writing while on the road. Continue reading Truck Driving and Writing: A Perfectly Imperfect Union
Free writing can be used either as part of a daily mind exercise for the writer or as a method to gather ideas for your writing. Continue reading Free-Writing: a Great Method to get your Writing Moving
Are you making sense of your life? Is that why you write? This post is a reblog from Live, Love Share. Continue reading Writing… What Will It Do for You?
How busy is your mind? It has long been suggested that great people start by having a busy mind. Part of the challenge of a busy mind is the process of continually sifting through all the ideas that keep popping … Continue reading Better to have a Busy Mind than a Dull One