Picking Up The Pieces & Making It into Something Worth Reading

It’s April, and that means it’s time for Camp NaNoWriMo, where you can write novels, short stories, screenplays, and just about anything creative with words. That also means this post is going to be brief (or somewhat brief, you know how I get), because I’m working on a short story for this month. Funny —

Dreading The Editing Process? Don’t. It’ll Make You a Better Writer

I am a sensitive person. Many writers are sensitive people. Whether they cover up their sensitivity with humor, a tough, tacit exterior, gruffness, mystique, intrigue, or paper towels — inside, you’ll find a sensitive heart. Of course, that just applies to most writers, not all of them. Sweeping generalizations can get a person in trouble

How To Write When You Don’t Feel Like Writing

Okay. So, by now, you’ve noticed that the title of this blog is about writing without a muse. Sitting at your computer, laptop, etc., you are looking at these words and thinking, ‘now what?’ Yes, there are days when you just don’t feel like writing. You’re tired, you’re sick, you’ve been up all night playing

Nobody’s Perfect

Hi. This is my introductory post. I’m going to use this space for my writing, musings, rants, raves, and general commentary on…well, everything.Mostly, my interest is writing, philosopy, and psychology. But those of you who know me know this to be true.Naturally, in a blog, the aim is to present the best aspects of the