I wrote every day over the holidays, and ended up finding the joy of “margin” to be less stressed going forward.
My Winter 2020 Writing Schedule
For those interested, this post is a “behind-the-scenes” look at one of things I'm doing to crank out about 6k-7k words/week toward my novel (and none of this counts).
New Book Sneak Peek
Okay, so this is different, but I thought it would be fun to put out a sneak peek of one of the chapters I was just working on for my book.
NaNoWriMo and How I Quit Before it Began
This year, I signed up for — and then quit — NaNoWriMo in all of twenty-four hours.
A Short Dissertation on Mechanical Keyboards
Seeing as I've been busy working on my first novel, I thought I'd take a break from trying to be creative or inspirational to sing the praises of my favorite keyboards.
Why I’m Trying to Write Fiction
So, I’m trying to write fiction again after… many years, and it feels scary, new, and interesting all at once.
How to Not Make Bad Propaganda
I have two wildly different writing processes that I switch between for different goals, audiences, etc. Obviously, I opt to justify, and I’ll give each process a descriptive, if hyperbolic, name: the “market-y, sell, sell” process and the “painfully honest” process.
My Writing Process
I documented my writing and creative process for “cross-training” at work.
How to Write Like an Adult
How do you write? Keep the cursor moving to the right. That’s it. Writing isn’t thinking about writing. Writing isn’t brainstorming or outlining what you could be writing. Writing is simply moving the cursor to right over and over again.