I believe most writers today not only appreciate the importance of consciously separating editing from writing, but can also recite the oft-repeated technique tips and tricks, such as: wait as long as possible before putting on the "editor" hat temporarily change the text to a defamiliarizing font don't rely on spelling/grammar checkers study lists of … Continue reading Editing Your Own Writing: The Most Overlooked Trick (3:10)
How a Plot Springs to Mind (7:21)
It can be especially difficult to maintain a consistent writing practice during the holidays. That's true of all routines this time of year, come to think of it. In the midst of bustling about, a fortunate writer can be gifted a poem, a story, or some other creative thought. This is a short discussion-starter about … Continue reading How a Plot Springs to Mind (7:21)
NaNoWriMo 2017 (6:05)
Can't believe it's almost November already. The only thing okay about that is it's National Novel Writing Month time again. I'm not able to take part this year, but I can talk about my experiences in the past: Are you going to try it out this year? This is a Wreadcast, a short-term, informal … Continue reading NaNoWriMo 2017 (6:05)
Pep Talk: Getting Published (Wreadcast .8 – 5:03)
No ado here at all; just a launch right into a pep talk for all of us looking for our first or 708 zillionth publishing credit: Where are you looking for a home for your writing? This is a Wreadcast, a short-term, informal podcast piece. After about a week, the audio will be replaced … Continue reading Pep Talk: Getting Published (Wreadcast .8 – 5:03)
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