I spent a lovely Memorial Day weekend in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan with two friends. We ate lobsters, thanks to Sendiks groceries having its lobster day the day I was leaving, walked on the shores of Lake Superior (photo below not from me, but looks very much like where we were – we were [...]Read more »
Posts tagged 'block'
So, we’re in the third month of fulfilling my resolution to update my writing progress and goals once a month this year. I’m not delighted with my progress from Feb. 5 to March 5 — (perhaps that shows in my avoidance of actually doing this post until March 6th) –and since I’ve said no whining [...]Read more »
Judging from the number of hits this blog gets from the term “writer’s block,” it doesn’t matter if I don’t really believe in writer’s block or not. A number of writers do! But one thing I do know is if you’re feeling blocked, you can’t wait for some magic wand to un-block. You have to [...]Read more »
In the last post, I referenced Brian A. Klem‘s article on Writer’s Digest and his Six Simple Ways to Reboot Your Writing Routine. #1 on his list was Your New Year Artist Statement. I don’t have one, yet, but I’m going to give it a shot. My best shot. And, I did a little homework [...]Read more »
Just received my copy of Mark Wisniewski’s novel, Show Up, Look Good. The first paragraph is a gripper: I know of a secret murder, and I’ve loved a speechless man, and sometimes I’d like to tell someone about how death and love have changed my life, but any of three thoughts give me pause. For [...]Read more »