Let’s face it, advice for writer’s block has been covered in depth and ad nauseam from all corners of the writing world. So instead of giving cliche (albeit useful) advice like “relax with some tea” or “take a break and return to your work later” I’d like to add what I believe is a more unique perspective to help writers facing this issue.
Monthly archive for March 2016
So guys, pay it forward. Be kind to other authors, be like Sophie, and it will come back to you tenfold, all of our candles burning that much brighter.
The intent of this book is to look at our educational system as it currently works and to evaluate not only why this system is broken, but also how we might move forward…
“Take your work/writing seriously, but never yourself” is an ethic I have applied to virtually every project or cause I have committed myself to. It is a principle that can take you very far if you are on a successful streak, or pick you up if you are feeling low or defeated just as easily.
Adding purpose to your writing is very simple, and requires no physical effort. All that you need to do is make a slight shift in your perspective.
Brandi has a secret. She knows that Kevin deserves all of the truth concerning her past. Will he understand why she kept the secret to herself?
In a time long forgotten, people are held captive by half human creatures. Ashra holds a secret close to her heart, and must discover the purpose of her gift before the oppressed human race is destroyed.
There is an often overlooked psychological nuance that the average writer isn’t aware of that I would like to share with you below. Playing with this dynamic within yourself can help you make monumental strides as a writer if done correctly.
One day, a pair of wings will change the world. Alise’s wings are killing her. Twice condemned to death, Alise is slowly fading away after a poisonous Mermaid’s bite, but Rafe will have none of that. Along with two other Guardians of Balance and Alise’s human friend, they go in search of a cure in The Mists, where Gorem’s Wizard is in hiding.
The more a writer is able to shed negative habits that typically plague a writer, the more s/he will be able to shine the way they were meant to. With that said, let’s explore 3 common mistakes that writers often make.