Misplaced Your Writing Groove? A Lesson in Getting Your Groove Back

Have you ever taken a substantial block of time away from your writing? Maybe a lengthy break away from your blog? Or has a family crisis interrupted the latest draft of your manuscript, and getting back to it seems impossible?

The last 20+ months for me have been what seems like a never-ending break from not only my writing but also blogging and social media, not to mention life in general. How do I recapture my momentum in those areas? How will I manage to return to what I was as a writer pre-January 24, 2016. 

6 Books Added to General Writing Resources List

Winter has been too kind to the populous of the Pacific NW, and the season overlooked us in favor of other parts of the country. But in place of unkind and unending blistering cold, freezing precipitation, snow depths unbelievable to most of us, the lack of same at our end of the country allowed germs […]

Why Taking a Break from Writing Is a Good Thing

It is time.Time for a break. A break from writing, researching, working. I told myself no at first, but then I took stock and pondered the calendar. Yes, I feel the need for a break. Everyone else is returning to school after summer vacation or back to work after the recent three-day weekend. I’m reminded […]

Tips for Juggling Multiple Writing Projects

I don’t know about you, but sometimes I feel the need to switch off working on my memoir project. Currently, I am completing a second draft of my memoir. However, despite nearing the end, there are times when I feel like I’ve lost my focus or have grown tired of this project. Many writers and writing instructors […]