By guest blogger Milli Thornton 10,000 words in a day? Impossible! That's what I said in 2006 when my friend Jenny Turner asked me to do a "10K Day." To be accurate, I didn't say it was impossible for Jenny. I already knew she could do it. I said it was impossible for me. I […]
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When I was invited to speak to the Living Writer's Collective in Tennessee a couple of weeks ago, my topic was the Fear of Writing. The subject was enthusiastically received, with several writers sheepishly admitting to me that they suffered from it (and Lord knows I've dealt with it off and on throughout my career), […]
Please welcome today's guest poster, Milli Thornton, who many of you will recognize from her wonderful thoughtful comments on this blog. I'm excited to have her blogging here today! The Power of a Written Wish by Milli Thornton As much as I love writing and words, sometimes words are just too left-brained to capture the […]
I've got a guest post today over at the exuberant Milli Thornton's blog, Fear of Writing. My post is called Fear of Being Funny, and it talks a bit about the writing of my novel, Emma Jean's Bad Behavior. So head on over there and let's chat about all kinds of writing fears!