In the last few years there has been a steady increase in people interested in writing about their experiences with anxiety, depression, PTSD and other mental health… Read more “5 Writing prompts for anxiety and depression”
Hey All, I’ve been contemplating changing my pricing structure for a long time. Much of this is to stay within industry practice, but other considerations were the… Read more “New Pricing for 2021 and special holiday discount for December”
Do you have a stack of papers with yoru personal life notes? Want to turn them into a book? Here are a few tips.
Are you worried about the economy and how it will affect your writing business> Here are 4 tips to keep your business running in a challenging economy
Has the Covid-19 virus got you on lockdown? Use your time wisely and pursue your passions, and maybe a new career.
Have you written yourself into a corner? Here are five tips to get yourself out.
The best place to start writing your book is to ask yourself, “Why?” Here are 9 reasons my clients chose to write their books.
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?”
Do you want to work with a writer? Here are the qualities that will make a writer blush with excitement.
Are you a new writer or just want to know what other writers charge for their work? Here is a realistic guide to earning a living writing.
5 tips to read as a writer. One of the easiest lessons you’ll learn to write better.
Have you read “The Treasure at Devil’s Hole?” Here are the locations that inspired the book.
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
These are my favorite book characters of all time. And it is likely you have either not heard of them or have forgotten they existed. Though, you’ll probably love them too.
Have you always dreamed of the perfect space to write? Here is a quick glimpse into what your ideal office needs to be productive and inspired.
Writing about mental illness can be challenging, but you are in control. Here are a few tips when writing about your mental health challenges.
When people think of writing books, the thought is generally driven by their own life; obstacles, passions, and ideas. However, I do occasionally come across someone – or… Read more “A Memoir as a Gift: Writing a book for someone without the person knowing”
Don’t think you have a story to tell, think again. Here are five types of memoirs someone with a “boring” life can write.
With the kids out of school for the year, my writing is now done at night, and I try to juggle client emails, phone calls, and text… Read more “How to snack and eat while writing! Yes, COVID-19 has brought my blog here.”