Get to Know Me From what I understand, this tag was first created on inkgirllandwords, which was no longer in service when I tried to locate the site. Maybe past responders are thinking of inkgirlandwords? But "Get to Know Me" lives on . . . Tag Post Rules: Answer the questions given below. Credit the … Continue reading Get to Know Me Tag
Top of the Stack One of the most sacred spaces for any lover of writing is the top shelf of a bookcase. Far from a place of retirement, this is that personal hall of fame you can reliably revisit any day or night. Let me share with you a peak at my favorite shelf. It's … Continue reading Writing Guides For Your Top Shelf
Every so often I'd like to give an update like this one about the site. No major announcements; just a chance to discuss small changes going forward. It's getting closer to time for the "Work in Progress" status to change, happy to report. This is a Wreadcast, a short-term, informal podcast piece. After about a week, … Continue reading Quick Site Update (4:23)
I can pore over analytics or buy someone's guide to writing popular posts, but I thought I'd go the direct route and ask you which topic you would most like to see covered here in the upcoming weeks. Is it more on the business of writing? Favorite recent reads? Editor interviews and book reviews? Creative … Continue reading What You Want to Read Next (Wreadcast .7 – 5:05)
This is the first in a potential series of audio posts on WREADITOR, this time answering the question of how to pronounce the name itself.
I was very surprised and pleased to receive my first blogging award nomination, thanks to Vikram Here. Let me get right to it:
I haven't figured out why it happens, but sometimes there are spells in which I forget the power of music to change my state of mind. Maybe I worry reflexively that it will just add noise to already overloaded moments. Or maybe I worry reflexively that music will disconnect me too much from those I … Continue reading Music to Edit By
A Koan For Bloggers Q): How can I master writing and sharing articles online? A): Ask of yourself the impossible: begin as the teacher and learn to think like a beginner. Beginning as the Teacher A talented friend of mine once told me that in order to learn to play the guitar, I should write … Continue reading Beginner’s Mind: All You Need to Know to Master Writing Online