A virtual write-in gives you accountability for your writing and a community of like-minded creatives
When I started writing the essays that would eventually become my first book, Tough Love: A Wyoming Childhood, I did not have a concrete vision of what the book would be about. To learn what I was trying to write and why, I needed to trust the process.
Last weekend, I attended the South Dakota Festival of Books in Brookings, SD. For two days, I talked about writing and books with dozens of… Read More »The South Dakota Festival of Books: From the Front Lines
Recently I came across a post on social media. To paraphrase, the writer said she was soon to finish a work-in-progress for publication, but she… Read More »4 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t be Your Own Editor
Don’t settle for lackluster or impersonal gifts this year. Avoid the supply chain issues and the long lines at the post office and give the creative person in your life something they’ll really remember and cherish well beyond Christmas Day.