Recently I spoke to a delightful book club. They were interested in my books as well as my writing career. We discussed many things including what they like and dislike in books. Readers have preferences #writingtips #amreading Click To Tweet As writers we think we know what those are. But, do we really know? What […]
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Do Academic Writers Make Good Novelists?
I live in a college town. There are a lot of very smart people all around me, in the grocery store, in my Sunday School class, on the streets. They are everywhere. It’s no big deal to have a terminal degree (Phd, MD or Law Degree). Many of these people are experts in their particular […]
Are You A Writer Looking for Motivation? How ’bout a Conference?
Writers often work alone, in their own worlds #amwriting Click To Tweet They scribble all day long, create events, characters, stories without the benefit of companionship. I’ve blogged before on the loneliness of writing. Indeed, it’s solitary work. Some writers thrive on that quiet alone time. Others need more stimulation. I tend to be in […]
10 Writing Tips from Famous Authors
I’m updating this post from 2014 with new tips from Jerry Jenkins. He recently asked 40 writing experts: What do you wish you’d known as a beginner. The answers are quite enlightening. Take a look here! Then enjoy the tips from other famous writers below. I recently read a post listing writing tips from […]