Wordgasms: Show Up and They’ll Come

I’ve just had a wordgasm. TMI? Hear me out. I’ve just had the kind of half hour that writers across the world dream of: complete focus, ideas flowing, fingers tapping, two “punch the air” moments, one scream of excitement, a few tears, and 500 pretty good words on the page at the end of it. […]

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Never Too Late

After a difficult year during which I felt no creative impulses whatsoever, I have started work on my novel again, rewriting and editing my way through a second draft. It had been sitting in a drawer for over two years. I’m excited, if a little rusty. I feel very out of practice and I have […]

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It’s OK to be Slack. Really.

  There is so much pressure today to be better, quicker, faster, more efficient, more creative, and to be constantly doing something “worthy”. (Oh, how I hate that word.) For writers, the pressure is on to write every day, to consistently be inspired and enthusiastic, to produce work on a regular basis, to be observant […]

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The Invitation

I want to share a poem with you this morning. It’s not one of my own (but boy, do I wish I had as cool a name as the author). I was introduced to it just two days ago by a special friend. In a world of smartphone¬†addiction and getting ahead and Rushing Woman Syndrome […]

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