Happy October! Or for many of us writers, happy month before NaNoWriMo! NaNoWriMo is short for National Novel Writing Month, which takes place every November and invites writers to challenge themselves to write 50,000 words in one month. It’s a Continue reading 5 Things to Do to Prepare for National Novel Writing Month
As it turns out, there is a lot more on YouTube than just music videos and cute cat videos. There is an entire community of YouTubers who talk about books (referred to as BookTube). There are YouTubers who talk about activism Continue reading YouTube: A Good Resource for Writers?
Photo credit I know a lot of people who want to support the independent musicians, artists, filmmakers, writers, etc., but they don’t really know where to start. If you are an art lover and always looking for the next awesome Continue reading How You Can Help Other Artists
30 day blog challenge – day 18 1. You write on your lunch break. Sort of like I’m doing now? Mmm greasy fries. 2. You’ve been known to bring your journal with you to church… or to the coffee shop… or Continue reading 10 Signs You Are Meant to Be a Writer
One of the best poets of the last century, Seamus Heaney, died yesterday at 74. This is a great loss for the poetry community. I will never forget sitting in Dr. King’s 20th Century British Poetry class in the fall Continue reading Rest In Peace Seamus Heaney