I don’t have a degree in writing. Not from a traditional institution of higher education at least. The closest thing to formal training I have is a seminar on creative writing while in college. Everything else I learned from reading, writing, and podcasts. And today we’re going to focus on the latter.Read More
This past week, a friend asked me some of the details around publishing on Amazon. She mentioned she wants to write a non-fiction book but doesn’t know where to start.Read More
If you’re looking to improve your writing, there’s only one thing you need to do.
Read constantly.Read More
Here are some of my highlights from the book Steering the Craft by Ursula K. Le Guin. My favorites are in bold.Read More
The age old question: Write to market or write that asteroid-hopping, fugitive, talking bologna sandwich time travel saga?Read More
Finding an audience and defining your book’s genre are closely related. Let’s start by looking at some genres and subgenres:Read More
Here are some of my highlights from the book The War of Art by Steven Pressfield. My favorites are in bold. Every person doing creative work should read this book.Read More