I was in a place last week where there was much talk of getting loved up. Which means, in case you hadn't guessed, beaming love onto a person so that they feel wonderful, amazing and fantastic. And this got me thinking about loving up our writing. Because much of the time we don't. […]
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I finally did it. I cleared away appointments (except for one) and committed to participating in Milli Thornton's 10K writing day. (Regular readers will remember the guest post Milli recently wrote for me.) I've wanted to do this forever but other commitments kept getting in the way. Until yesterday. And so, I rose at […]
I was quite taken with this post from Sandra Pawula on compassion when I read it last weekend. (I'm actually quite often taken with admiration for Sandra's posts. If you haven't discovered her blog, go read it now.) In the post, Sandra writes about how compassion is linked to boundless, deep love and then, and […]
Worrying is not good for your writing or your creativity. Or anything else, really. How can you write the next great American novel when you are obsessing about how to pay the bills? Or if your marriage is going to survive? Or if your teenager is going to make it through high school without getting […]
Yesterday I cleverly wrote a post on my new Centro phone and sent it to be published on Typepad from my backyard. I know this is old news for those of you who have had Blackberries and Iphones for ever, but it is a major step forward for me. I'm on the road to LA […]