Kindness With Words
“Writing is work. It’s also gambling. You don’t get a pension plan. Other people can help you a bit, but essentially you’re on your own. Nobody is making you do this: you chose it, so don’t whine.” I don’t think I’d mess with her. ;-> And geeeez, talk about someone who is not just anContinue reading “Tough writer talk from Margaret Atwood”
Buddy’s editorial vigilance can be a little annoying, but in the end, his syntax choices usually win out. And if you’re looking for assistance beyond some beloved know-it-all pet, try these suggestions from Jeanna Bray’s guest post at LiveWriteThrive. 18 Worthy Websites for Writers Two of the sites I pursued after reading the post: 750Continue reading “Writers: Be open to criticism, even if it’s from another species…”
As I’m writing this, Dan (The DaVinci Code) Brown is the middle of his 50-minute YouTube video that includes a Q and A session with students who had signed up for his MasterClass course. Here is the link to MasterClass Live on YouTube. Lots of excellent free knowledge being shared by the experts. I wasContinue reading “Curation Corner: Look into MasterClass Live”
First of all, these posts have nothing to do with giving myself props. They have everything to do with encouraging others to find a little corner in their daily/weekly schedule and jot down/hunt-and-peck a thought or two for someone else’s benefit. When I finished posting the note above on legacy.com, it hit me that someContinue reading “Many opportunities for ‘goodwill words’”
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