Tips from Other People, Part 5.

We’re getting ready for Camp NaNoWriMo this July! This month, we’re talking to Wrimos who are using the Camp format to work on non-novel projects. Today, participant Sofie Riis Endahl shares some of her tips for diving into editing work when your manuscript seems like such a mess that you’re not even sure where to… via … Continue reading Tips from Other People, Part 5.

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A Brief Introduction to Elisabeth Bridges.

I now interrupt your regularly scheduled Tuesday-and-Thursday blog schedule with these messages: The lovely Lynn over at Written Reflections has started a "Words on Wednesday" linkup for writers which I'm hoping to be able to participate in whenever I can. It's basically just a way for writers to share what they're up to, along with spewing words out … Continue reading A Brief Introduction to Elisabeth Bridges.

Tips from Other People, Part 4.

https://www.youtube.com/embed/J09Hk6epQyo “I am a writer!” This is one of the most important and freeing statements any of us ever makes. It’s almost a rite of passage. The moment you can look your banker/hairdresser/pastor/aunt in the eye and tell them (without mumbling) that you are writer, hear you type—well, then, congratulations, you’ve crossed an important threshold … Continue reading Tips from Other People, Part 4.

5 Things I have Noticed about Myself while working in the Hospitality Industry.

So. I'm coming to the end of a 2-ish month stint of co-hosting a dear friend's Airbnb property while she is off on her world travels, and it's been quite a fun learning curve, all in all. Especially after this weekend, which over here in the States was a big holiday. I had three sets … Continue reading 5 Things I have Noticed about Myself while working in the Hospitality Industry.