Writing a novel in a month is an opportunity for me to improve both my writing process and my everyday life.
I encountered roadblocks in my past NaNoWriMo attempt. This year, I am examining issues in my writing process to help me succeed this time around.
I didn’t write on vacation this past week, and that turned out to be a great thing.
It wasn’t supposed to rain that day, but still, it did. The rain wasn’t supposed to come cascading down for the first time in ten years. It wasn’t supposed to strike the dusty ground that seemed to shudder in surprise, sending up small billowing puffs of dust from the drops’ force.
30 years old and technology-averse, I am now navigating social media as a freelance writer and editor.
I am at my happiest when I’m writing, and I am looking to incorporate even more writing into my life in the coming months.
My latest birthday has been a reminder that writing is inevitably tied to other aspects of my life, for better or worse.
For years, stress prevented me from becoming the writer I wanted to be. In this post, I share some strategies that have worked to minimize stress in my everyday life.
In this post, I discuss setting three goals including 1) Continuing to create content for the organizations I work with now, 2) Identifying more blog-writing opportunities to help expand my portfolio, and 3) Developing a plan for maximizing the potential of Paper Crow Blog.
A couple of years ago, I submitted an essay to an online literary magazine. I received a rejection e-mail from the editor a few months afterwards. Although I felt the usual disappointment at the time that my work was passed on, I’ve later become grateful for this e-mail. Instead of the typical standard letter thatContinue reading “The Best Writing Advice I’ve Ever Received Came From a Rejection Letter”