Via Seth Godin. We all get stuck. And it’s not always in mud with some friends to get us out, as in the playground game. Normally, when we are in a creative ‘stuck’ there aren’t other people to ‘free’ us. If you have a group of other creatives around you who can do this, then […]
The usual recap to begin . . . . . . The Friday Question was, What specific style/genre/type of writing is the one you most want to write? And my Saturday Answer is . . . . . . One which changes all the time! If I read a thriller, then I want to write […]
This week’s question is the one I most need to answer! So The Friday Question is . . . . . . What specific style/genre/type of writing is the one you most want to write? I will try and come up with a single answer for The Saturday Answer. Promise.
So yesterday I suggested that relatives could take inspiration/lessons from sports and hopefully I will convince you today. Bill Belichick is the most successful NFL coach ever because: He stays focused on the overall goal and works hard to achieve it He never goes through the motions and always trains with purpose He makes sure […]
I am a fan of professional cycling. So the month of July has only one focus for me – the Tour de France – Le Tour! (Cue the Kraftwerk soundtrack!) 23 days and 21 stages (two of the days are rest days) of the toughest – mentally and physically – sporting race in the world. […]
So you are a fiction writer and you want to get better? Write some non-fiction. Say what? There is a lot of great non-fiction writers out there and you shouldn’t be ignoring them. You can learn a lot. I am sports fan and read Sports illustrated each week. There is nothing like it in the […]
So, what are your currently writing? Stories or articles? And how can you meet somewhere in the middle?