Originally posted on tea philosophy wonder:
If you live for people’s acceptance, you will die from their rejection – Lecrae I noticed it last week. On a Thursday morning in the office. It was unmistakable. There was a shift, a chill. The chatter in the tea room quietened at my approach and colleagues averted their…

Originally posted on Everybody's Talking at Once:
This is mostly a site about videogames—moreso now than when it started—but stick with me for a moment, because this is important. Last night, terrorists attacked the city of Paris, killing at least 127 people. The rest of the details are still coming out. We don’t know…

Originally posted on The Green Study:
Over the last few years, I’ve written blog post after blog post about making changes with a mind towards writing. I quit paid work. I quit volunteering. I set up my study, surrounded by books, many of them about writing. I am supported by the people in my life.…

Originally posted on Just Write For Kids Blog:
Today is the last interview with Shelly Unwin in which we look at some of the ‘nuts and bolts’ of her steps to her publishing dream. They include practical advice for anyone who is interested in getting published. The things that impress me loud and clear from…

Originally posted on DeeScribewriting Blog:
Today’s world is controlled by economists and accountants. So unfortunately, the reality is that a great deal of modern book publishing is more about making money than making a difference. It doesn’t matter how lyrical your lines or how moving your monologues, the publisher’s decision about whether to publish your book…

Originally posted on Just Write For Kids Blog:
                                                                Today is Part 2 of my interview with Shelly Unwin – newly signed author. For…

Originally posted on Just Write For Kids Blog:
Guest Post by J.R.Poulter My tried and true way to overcome a bit of a blank spot in writing is to leave it.  Down pen or off computer and do something else totally unrelated for a while. If the story then doesn’t flow the way I want,…