I’ve covered inspiration from winter and how you can use it for writing in one of my recent posts. Today, I continue with this mini-series with the spring.Continue reading
Measuring writing progress might seem simple at the first glance. There’s the word count, after all. But what about the drafting stages when the word count stagnates or even drops?Continue reading
Family feud is another very old cliché. While it was probably made the most famous by William Shakespeare, it has much older roots. In this post, I’ll share my look into it and try to explore the ways it can be used.Continue reading
A hike I went on in the mid-April had me thinking about the way the early spring’s bloom can evoke pleasant feelings and inspiration. So, I decided to take a deeper look at this. I’ll cover all the seasons in separate posts, starting today with winter.Continue reading
“The best way to improve your writing is to write more.” Of all the writing advice I’ve seen, this is probably the most-repeated one. And, also, the best and simplest one – both to understand and to execute.Continue reading
When I posted my March update, I was nearing the end of an edit pass. It’s time to see what I’ve done since then.
I am back with another post about a specific cliché. This time, it’s what I called ‘The collapsing cave’ even though it’s definitely not limited to caves, as I’ll show through the post.Continue reading