Ellen DeGeneres talks procrastination and it’s funny because it’s true. Here are a couple ways to stay focused, motivated and avoid procrastination
Today I would like to touch on the imaginative expression a former “writer” neighbor had regarding writing. As many writers know, writing is as much a form… Read more ““I don’t pimp out my work.” A curious look at a curious writer”
In the Art of Being Prolific #2 we explore how using a digital recorder works to your prolific writing experience.
Don’t think you have a story to tell, think again. Here are five types of memoirs someone with a “boring” life can write.
You may love to swear, but do you know when it’s appropriate in writing? Let’s find out.
Want to work from home as writer, but procrastination guides your life? Here are five tips to keep you writing and earning money as a procrastinator.
Want to earn a passive income this year? By referring clients to me you can earn thousands of dollars each year in referral fees.
Interested in becoming a writer? Here are tools every writer should have in their office.
For anyone who has gone through a divorce you can understand the pain, self-abuse, and fear a person experiences. The Divorce Dare focuses on overcoming infidelity and… Read more “The Divorce Dare Series”
For years, the word filler was, at least to me an evil word. I tend to come from the Hemingway school of thought that you keep your writing… Read more “Adding the filler: Three ways to add more to your memoir.”
For those of you savvy-readers, you may have noticed a tiny play on words in the title of this post. Am I talking about a “novel idea”… Read more ““Novel” tips to writing a better memoir”
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”