by Allison Maruska The title is one that I hope will spark some constructive discussion. I’ve asked myself the question many times since the election and on certain days when I find myself glued to my Twitter feed. I realize the title itself may cause a few to bristle. Everyone is “allowed” to say… Read More Are Writers Allowed To Express Political Opinions?
by Jennifer Kelland Perry Nearly five years ago, I posted an entry to my blog about how I had recently begun writing a novel. How excited I was to tell you of my ambition! And how I’d loved and appreciated the likes and the supportive, enthusiastic comments that little post generated! Little did I know,… Read More The Marathon of Novel-Writing
by Andrea Lundgren As I writer, I’m always curious about how other writers write. And much of what I’ve read on this subject is daunting: write every day, write even when you don’t feel like it, write first thing in the morning when your energies are at their peak, etc. Hemingway was a great… Read More The Secret Schedules of Great Authors