When you feel stuck, your mind may need some exercise.
When my wife got home from work, she asked how my writing day had gone.
I’d finished five of seven daily devotions. But I had no idea what I’d write for the final two.
With a few days to meet my deadline, I … Continue reading
Its value depends on your response.
I returned after four days at a writers conference. I unpacked my bags, then took the afternoon and evening off to relax.
The next morning I listed nine follow-up points I need to take — starting today. I’ve already crossed off three. As soon as I write this (item four), … Continue reading
Writing is not a race.
How many words did you add to your writing project this week? More than your critique partner added to hers?
Who cares? So long as you’re progressing, your pace on this stretch doesn’t matter.
Awhile back, my wife and I enjoyed a three-day getaway in the mountains west of Denver. Each … Continue reading