Yesterday was my Wednesday to blog over at 4RV Reading, Writing, & Art News. Considering year end is coming closer and goal setting for 2019 is not far behind, I’m talking about how writers can use positive thinking. Check out my article at http://4rvreading-writingnewsletter.blogspot.com/2018/10/how-can-writers-use-positive-thinking.html
Yesterday was one of my days to blog at the 4RV Reading, Writing, & Art News blog. The topic of discussion: developing a self-editing process. I also shared my editing process to spark your ideas and provided resources to consider. You can find the article at https://4rvreading-writingnewsletter.blogspot.com/2018/09/develop-self-editing-process-that-works.html
I hinted at an exciting announcement on my Facebook page last week. I’m now happy to announce that I recently became an acquisitions editor intern for 4RV Publishing. I’m thrilled to join a superb team and look forward to working with other writers in this capacity.
It’s the fourth Wednesday of the month, so that means I’m blogging at the 4RV Publishing blog. Today’s topic is writing when you don’t feel like it. You can check it out at https://4rvreading-writingnewsletter.blogspot.com/2018/08/not-today-tips-for-when-you-dont-feel.html
What do you do to motivate yourself when you don’t feel like writing?
It’s my Wednesday to blog over at 4RV Reading, Writing, & Art News. Today the topic is expecting the unexpected. How to tackle those little unexpected wrinkles in your carefully laid out plan that can create stress. Check it out at https://4rvreading-writingnewsletter.blogspot.com/2018/08/expect-unexpected.html
On Wednesday, I blogged at the 4RV Blog about finding inspiration in everyday life. So often, we don’t stop to think of how silly everyday happenings can inspire our creativity. Want to read more? Visit https://4rvreading-writingnewsletter.blogspot.com/2018/06/finding-inspiration-in-everyday-life.html
This month, I began contributing to the 4RV Publishing blog. The 4RV Reading, Writing & Art News is geared toward writers and artists. It has a lot of helpful hints I’ve used over the years. I’ll be blogging every second and fourth Wednesday.
On May 9, my article “Understanding How Book Reviews Make You A Better Writer” appeared. You can find it here. Today’s article includes tips to balance writing time and marketing time. You can find it here.
If there are topics you would like to see me address in my bi-monthly posts, please feel free to share them in the comments.
In case you forgot, STORYSTORM, founded by Tara Lazar is taking place this month. If you’ve never participated in STORYSTORM, I encourage you to consider it for next year. As I’ve said before, it’s been responsible for two of my published books and I also have several others in various stages of editing and one manuscript I’m going to pitch to an agent this year.
We are 21 days into STORYSTORM and I am excited to say I have 21 ideas listed on my spreadsheet. We are in the home stretch now. I can feel victory on my horizon.
Are you participating in STORYSTORM? How are you doing?