I have found that I can be a bit of a shapeshifter. Not like a werewolf, but a shifter of personality depending on the people I am around. Like an actor, or a party-goer with many different masks, I can change. Sometimes it is evident in the things I say, or don't say. Sometimes the… Continue reading The Writer and the Human Inside (Writing for an Audience and Being True to Yourself)
For many it is that glorious threshold attained that leads to success, and for many, it is seen as a bar of success for writers. For others it is that tantalizing tease like a carrot before a horse that never seems to swing any closer from its string no matter how long it strives. For others… Continue reading For Writing’s Sake
Writer's Digest ContestAnyone writing YA manuscripts, here is a contest from Writer's Digest worth checking out. There have been publications that have come from previous contests, and a literary agent is the judge.
"Fiction is a gateway drug to reading… Once you learn that [reading is pleasurable], you are on the road to reading everything" - Neil Gaiman This is my first post on this particular site; as a writer you may guess that I've written elsewhere. And that quote is one of my favorites from one… Continue reading The Gateway Drug (on ‘escapist fiction’ and the beginning of a writer’s blog)