Writing Doesn’t Always Mean Writing

Writing doesn’t always mean writing. Not in the typing away at the keyboard, sense. Sometimes, it means stopping to reposition. It may mean mulling things over and figuring out certain specifics—background information on your characters, plot points, pathways, and resolutions. Learn what to do when this step is necessary.

How to Write a Book (or Pursue Your Goals) While Working Full Time

How easy would it be if we all had magic wands? If only we could simply wave that bad boy and have everything that we wanted done, done. My head is always overflowing with things needing to be tackled, but there just doesn't seem to be enough time. Does this sound familiar? If you are … Continue reading How to Write a Book (or Pursue Your Goals) While Working Full Time

How to Get Back to Your Ted Lasso-Self

I took a short, but very sweet trip to Colorado—God’s country. The fresh air, babbling brooks, mountain ranges, magnificent red rocks and boulders transported me to a place of simplicity. The grandeur of it all reminded me of our insignificance in the grand scheme of life and it left me feeling humbled and refreshed. It … Continue reading How to Get Back to Your Ted Lasso-Self

To Thine Own Self Be True

To Thine Own Self Be True

To Thine Own Self Be True. . . I woke up to those words, plastered on my self-conscious. I get a lot of my story ideas, plot points, and “morning musings” when I first wake up. Sometimes, they come because I’ve gone to bed mulling over a story idea and I’m hoping for some Theta-induced … Continue reading To Thine Own Self Be True