Hi, friends. Here I am again. It’s been a wild six months. Here’s a brief summary. Cole moved to his crib. He hit his 4 month sleep regression and now … Continue Reading →
- By Shanan
- 30 December, 2015
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Today’s oddly musical post title brought to you by the uniquely writerly combination of leftover taco fixins and hot coffee. I know; my life is glamorous. Are you a pantser? … Continue Reading →
So I’ll say it: We’re famous for never getting anything done, at least not done on time. But honestly, that’s not a procrastinator’s biggest problem. (It’s the biggest problem for … Continue Reading →
Should the toilet be a space sacred even from that which writers hold most sacred? Discuss.
Dear Novelist-who-wants-to-have-written: Aren’t you tired of hearing “You must do the work,” from all and sundry corners of the online writing community? Isn’t it hard to wait on your own … Continue Reading →
- By Shanan
- 11 September, 2015
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This is a guest post by writer Suzanne M. Brazil. Suzanne is a freelance writer and editor living in a recently empty nest in the suburbs of Chicago. Her work … Continue Reading →
Charles Heiner has an MFA in Creative Writing from McNeese State University. His fiction has been published in The Laurel Review, Fiction Weekly, Glossy News, The Spoof, Cheek Teeth, Dirtflask, … Continue Reading →
This is a guest post by Alan Gelb, a writing coach and widely published author of fiction and nonfiction, including his latest Having the Last Say: Capturing Your Legacy in One … Continue Reading →
It’s a polite request that you please send me one of each of these for Christmas. I’m a size Sm. Thanks.
Did you know that, in the springtime, poison ivy isn’t green? I didn’t when I used a metaphor, “a blogger who’s greener than poison ivy in springtime” on this very … Continue Reading →