Have you written yourself into a corner? Here are five tips to get yourself out.
One of the most common questions that a personal historian receives is about memoirs, autobiographies, and vignettes. While they are all similar, there are distinct differences between… Read more “Memoir, autobiography, and vignette. Which is best for you?”
Want to write your life story? here are tips on where to start.
Ellen DeGeneres talks procrastination and it’s funny because it’s true. Here are a couple ways to stay focused, motivated and avoid procrastination
Freelancers and small businesses are struggling to stay afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are 3 tips to protect you from economic downturns.
Most people know that one of my career goals is to help people tell their life story by offering relatively affordable rates to write your book. I… Read more “New financial assistance to write your memoir or autobiography. Contact me today!”
I love blog posts like this. I often find myself wishing I could jump into fictional worlds and be best friends with amazing protagonists… and nefarious antagonists.… Read more “Top 5 Fictional Places I Want to Visit”
I’ve spent a lot of blogging time lately curating posts from other bloggers in an effort to expose other great blogs to my readers. This is a… Read more “6 Reasons Why Reading Increases Positivity (Guest Post)”
This is a nice article posted about writing mental health in fiction. Click the link below and feel free to share your thoughts in comments below. I… Read more “Do You Avoid or Tackle Mental Health Issues in Fiction?”
This is just a quick post to keep my promise to myself to post regularly until, hopefully, a habit develops. I have heard it said twice, maybe… Read more “Writing Advice: Preaching To Myself — Mark Earnest Johnson”
Y’know how some movies are annoying because they’re so actory? By “actory” I mean that they seem to have been made only to give actors an opportunity…… Read more “Writing Tips: Don’t Be Too ‘Writery’”
As I wrap of this month of beginnings, I am interviewing myself as a new author. I talk to myself all the time when I work on… Read more “Writing Tip — New Author, JPC Allen”
on The Creative Penn: We live in a highly mobile, globalized world. As a result of this current reality, it is only natural for us novelists to… Read more “Writing Tips: Using Authentic Dialogue From Languages Other Than English – by Julie Tetel Andresen…”
on Live Write Thrive: Focus is the thing that makes a writing session fly by in a burst of creative energy, the words flowing and effortless as… Read more “How to Boost Focus ahead of a Writing Session – by Rosie O’Neill…”
Fresh eyes on a piece of writing is ideal. Sometimes, however, the turnaround time for publication precludes it. Other times, the return on … 10 ways to… Read more “10 ways to proofread your own writing – by Louise Harnby…”
I’ve worked with hundreds of people over the years to write their memoirs. When I am asked what the most difficult part of writing a memoir for… Read more “3 writing prompts to kickstart your memoirs or autobiography”
Are you afraid of something? Do you have a personal weakness? Today’s writing prompt focuses on how you turn that weakness into something amazing.
Today’s writing prompt is about the unexpected. Spend some time thinking about this one, and when done I’d love to read it.
What happens when you want to write, but have nothing to write about. You turn to writing prompts.
Today’s writing prompt is all about bumping into celebs in odd places.
Need a bit of inspiration. Here is a science fiction writing prompt and a prompt for a cultural essay