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A Month Of Writing Prompts 2014 Writing a story a day for a month is a crazy endeavour, but one that hundreds of writers have signed up for every May since 2010. During month of courageous creativity, writers learn how to write every day (not ‘someday’), how to craft a story, how to write in […]
Around here we’re all about creativity. I don’t talk much about publishing because: a, there’s plenty of material online about how to publish/get published and b, Worrying about the publishing part before the writing part seems like putting the cart before the horse. However, many of you have come along on the StoryADay May creativity […]
It’s November and the writing blogs have all turned their attention to the novel. What’s a short story writer to do? For while we love our novel-writing fellows, we lovers of the short story don’t always want to write novels in November. Or maybe we’re just not in a novel-place right now. Sometimes we just […]
We are officially half way through StoryADay May 2013. Just think, if you write a story today, you’re over half way there! Some Reminders It’s Not Too Late | Courses & Books To Help | Prompt Preview Exclusives | It’s Not Too Late To Start OK, you meant to start writing at the beginning of […]
Worksheet Alert! I have a new, free worksheet for you! Take a few minutes to look back at what you’ve done this year. Spend a little time patting yourself on the back on this new worksheet for those of us who like lists but aren’t linear thinkers…[read more]
I was going to be starting the StoryADay Warm-Up Your Writing Summer Course today, but I’ve decided to postpone it until September. I’m going to explain why and then I’m going to offer you some free tools, and a chance to help a worthy cause. If you just want the goodies, you can skip ahead. […]