A record of my experience at Rock Canyon Writing for Charity 2010.
Staying charged and willing to continue moving forward.
On Stephen King’s book, “On Writing”
First, I’d like to announce that this is my fourth day in a row waking up before 7am and exercising. Insomnia? Bite me. As you can probably tell by the title of the blog, I’ve just finished reading (via audiobook) On Writing, by Stephen King. It’s pretty much on my top list of things a … Continue reading On Stephen King’s book, “On Writing”
The Science of Being Goofy Writer People
So I can’t write. I think it’s been too long, and some rust has built up. Despite all of business Sam’s yelling, it’s not happening. So, on to the next best thing. Reading? I think so. Reading always gets those gears turning, and gets me all excited. Nothing exhilerates me more than reading an excellent … Continue reading The Science of Being Goofy Writer People
Tracy Hickman on Writing Excuses (LTUE)
Tracy Hickman: “Writers basically believe that they are never going to be or are already has-beens. The thing I try to tell writers all the time, and I have to remind myself is that we have not yet written our best work. The best is yet to come. It could be that next book, it … Continue reading Tracy Hickman on Writing Excuses (LTUE)
Pandemic; Writer’s Block
Participating in NaNoWriMo, so far, has been a day-by-day learning experience, with a huge curve. One of the largest learning curves was learning to deal with this horrible disease we aspiring writers call "Writer's Block". I've discovered four strains of the disease, which each effected me in turn in my attempt to write my first … Continue reading Pandemic; Writer’s Block