In my previous post, discussing what I hope will be a new short story (as you may know, writing a
Due to what I have seen regularly “out there,” and with my brand new Conventions, as well as my first
When you have finished the rough draft of your latest book one day earlier than you had targeted it for
On Friday, Kate Colby wrote a thoughtful post on “writing through your fear” – including on a writer needing to
Writing in the New York Review of Books, an Italian journalist claims he may have uncovered the real-life identity of
A well-regarded children’s author on what “kids need to see” in books: And who could really take issue with that?
I just got a text from my 18 year old niece. Her flight landed a little while ago in Belfast.
I saw this yesterday on Google+ (via Adele Archer and DL Keur). It’s a link to a Grimace and Giggle
Whether we like it or not, life is one big risk-taking venture. Yet fearing to fail is one reason most