Scenes – Not Just for Screenwriters, with Susanne Dunlap
When It Comes to Keeping a Notebook… with Tzivia Gover
A Real Writer is Someone who Really Writes
The Research Rabbit Hole, with Susanne Dunlap
Breaking the Writing Rules, with Emily Lackey
Facing the Unknown Together
Developing a Reading Practice
See Inside Emily Lackey’s Dialogue Intensive Workshop
How Much Time do we Really Need to Write?
Writing From Life, with guest blogger Emily Lackey
How to Commit to Writing More Regularly in the New Year…
Letting Your Field Lie Fallow…
Book Proposals, De-mystified, with guest blogger Kenneth R. Rosen
The Importance of Getting Away
The Power of Live Literature
Time to Write… (Not!)
What a ‘real writer’ looks like, with guest blogger Emily Lackey
Dreaming on the Page: How Dreams Catalyze Creative Breakthroughs, with guest blogger Tzivia Gover
Need to Stop Procrastinating? Lower Your Standards!
Make it So! Re-Booting our Writing Practice, with guest blogger Diana Gordon
Subtext in Dialogue and in Life
Receptivity, not Productivity
Research for Fiction, with guest Blogger Jacqueline Sheehan
Show Don’t Tell: Overused Advice?
How Long it Really Takes to Find an Agent, Sell a Book and Get Published, with guest blogger Randy Susan Meyers
Working with the Inner Critic
Memoirs Need 3-D Characters Too!
5 Ways to Create a Writing Routine
The Story Only You can Tell, with guest blogger Janet Benton
Staying the Course
Making Time To Write
Creativity Is Its Own Validation
Facing What We Fear
How Much Do “Real Writers” Write?
How to Come Back From Vacation!
Fiction and Social Change…a Post by WIP Affiliate Ellen Meeropol
Lower Your Standards!
What Do You DO All Day?
Owning Our Stories
Dealing With Praise and Criticism
Letting Go of Perfection
Good and Bad News About Time…
What Good Writing Should Do…
Repeating Our Parent’s Mistakes
Paths Not Taken
Best Laid Plans and Bloody Paw Prints!
Find Time to Write (As If)
Women And Desire
Slugs, Thistles, and Rapture
The Book Launch
The Next Coolest Thing
Four Days Left
On Retreat With Pip
Do All Writing Days Have to Be Productive Ones?