Living to Write/Writing to Live: How One Author Cracked the Code to Success.

            Andrew Blackman is living “a writer’s life”, and you can learn all about it on his blog of the same title. The long and short of it is this: he was a Wall Street Journal staff writer for a while, then participated in NaNoWriMo in 2007. During that month of intensive wordsmithing he finishedContinue reading “Living to Write/Writing to Live: How One Author Cracked the Code to Success.”

NaNoWriMo: Facing All of Your Worst Writing Fears in a Single Month

Anyone that has ever tried to publish a piece of writing knows that there are a number of steps along the way that can be downright terrifying. There is the intimidation wrought by that lone blinking vertical line on an empty Word Document to tend with, then the countless hours of tedious rereads and editsContinue reading “NaNoWriMo: Facing All of Your Worst Writing Fears in a Single Month”