With a novel, no matter where I am in it, I’m fretting about it. Every time I write a book it starts with great forward momentum. Then there seems to be a period where it slows down a bit, and other things intervene. Then I gain momentum. There’s always a moment where I have a
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“When I was in the middle of writing Eat Pray Love and I fell into one of those pits of despair that we will fall into when we’re working on something that’s not coming and we think ‘this is going to be a disaster, this is going to be the worst book I’ve ever written —
If you’re working on one or more creative projects right now (“as am I” to quote William Shatner from the Priceline Master of Disguise commercial), what is your biggest challenge? My biggest general creative challenge is balancing client and personal projects. A freelance writer and emerging screenwriter doesn’t make her creative dreams come true
I started reading the work of Georges Simenon, after I found a quote of his that I really liked (tweeted it) then casually Google-ed his name. I was shocked and delighted to discover an author who had truly mastered and epitomized the potential of accessing Word Flow. Naturally, I got terribly excited. I am beginning,
Get in the Screenwriting Game: Tools and Tips from a Hollywood Pitch Coach By H. Raven Rose Writers love to write or they’re committed to writing, even if they hate the process of getting butt in chair and actually writing something. In contrast, many writers absolutely hate the business aspects of writing including pitching and
“Life isn’t about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself.” ~George Bernard Shaw (Irish literary Critic, Playwright and Essayist. 1925 Nobel Prize for Literature, 1856-1950)
“One may go a long way after one is tired.” ~French Proverb