Limber Up Before Letting Loose: Response to Prompt 9

Allllllllrighty, my loves! Here's my own response to part B of last week's two-part assignment. Please enjoy...and please share yours! I'd love to read them. As always, here are my previous responses... Limber Up Before Letting Loose: Response to Prompt #1 Limber Up Before Letting Loose: Response to prompt #2 Limber Up Before Letting Loose: … Continue reading Limber Up Before Letting Loose: Response to Prompt 9

When you have all the ideas and NONE of the inspiration — BlogByEmily

This post is for my fellow writers out there. I have a head full of ideas; characters, settings, plot twists and dialogues. I sit at my laptop, hands hovering over the keyboard and then… nothing. I have no idea where to start or where I’m going. Writer’s block gets the best of us, no matter […] … Continue reading When you have all the ideas and NONE of the inspiration — BlogByEmily

Limber Up Before Letting Loose: Response to Prompt 8

Hallooooo, dear readers! I hope you all are having a wonderful week so far--and have been able to put the pen to paper at least a few times. Here is my response to prompt 8; prompt 9's response will be along early next week. Enjoy, and feel free to peruse my other responses: Limber Up … Continue reading Limber Up Before Letting Loose: Response to Prompt 8

When to Show and When to Tell — A Writer’s Path

by Kyle Massa Show, don’t tell. If you’ve ever taken a writing course of any kind, you’ve probably heard that phrase. If you haven’t, the meaning is pretty simple: don’t come out and tell your readers everything they need to know. Instead, show them examples and specific situations that support what you’re trying […] via When … Continue reading When to Show and When to Tell — A Writer’s Path

Limber Up Before Letting Loose: Prompt 8 and 9

Can you believe we're already at prompt numbers 8 & 9? And yes--I'm deviating from the normal procedure here by posting two prompts at once...but it will make sense once you've taken a gander at them. Per my usual modus operandi, I've included all of the previous prompts and my own responses below...and now that … Continue reading Limber Up Before Letting Loose: Prompt 8 and 9

How to silence that inner whiner

So, there I was this morning, slogging my way through a 30-minute torture session with Shaun T, he of Insanity workout fame. One of his oft-used slogans is "No Excuses," which, really, should be everyone's slogan for...well, everything worth doing. But, as I do my best to keep things writing-related here, let's just apply this … Continue reading How to silence that inner whiner

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This is a freelance contribution by Sally Keys. You may remember her from her guest post, Creating The Time And Space You Need To Write Your Best Work. Sally is a professional freelance writer with many years experience across many different areas. She made the move to freelancing from a stressful corporate job and loves […]

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How to Find Your Blogging Muse — The Art of Blogging

A blank page. There’s nothing more terrifying for a writer. Not an actual blank page, of course, but a Word Document with no words on it, that mysterious absence of words that is amplified by us staring at the white screen of death for so long that we feel our brains exploding. You think and […] … Continue reading How to Find Your Blogging Muse — The Art of Blogging