Life has changed over the last year, and as always, my writing process has followed suit.
In my paradoxical way, I somehow get more work done when I have less time to do it.
After losing her family to corporate manipulation, the last original Martian is forced to defend her home.
Unless you plan on self-publishing, getting published means that you have to submit your writing to someone, somewhere.
Even the swankiest of office supplies aren’t what really help my writing. It’s the intangibles.
I’ve learned to care less about people’s opinions of my book choices and to expand my reading world.
Baneberry Hall is full of secrets, including a part of Maggie’s history that she doesn’t remember. She’s determined to discover if her past is filled with ghosts – or lies.
Could I, for just a moment, consider the fact that maybe my career is on a positive trajectory? Perhaps my love life is in a wonderful and perfect place? Maybe I have caring and healthy relationships with people around me?
One of the main purposes of Paper Crow Blog is to help other writers on their own journeys, and in today’s post, I share some of the things I wish I would have known before starting to freelance. These tips would have saved me time, money, and possibly a few grey hairs.
With all the positives that have emerged, I’m working to make this new step successful. It’s clear that I am going to have to be incredibly self-disciplined.