If you don’t think a book on grammar can be funny, entertaining, or interesting, you haven’t read Lynne Truss’s book Eats, Shoots & Leaves: The Zero Tolerance Approach to Punctuation. This gem of a book with a super cute cover (the American version has pandas on it) made the rounds in 2003, but it’s applicableContinue reading “Writerly Book Review: Eats, Shoots & Leaves by Lynne Truss”
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My Kindle Vella Journey, Part 2
This is the second post in a series. If you would like to read Part 1, please go back to last week. Kindle Vella has challenged me to learn a great deal as a writer. It forced me to learn more about my own process of writing, as well as what works on the platform.Continue reading “My Kindle Vella Journey, Part 2”
Writing Book Review: Your Writing Matters by Colleen M. Story
Photo of Your Writing Matters: How to Banish Self-Doubt, Trust Yourself, and Go the Distance by Colleen M. Story, and my current journal. If you have ever doubted your call to be a writer, then I highly recommend reading this book. With gracious words, kind invitations to consider your own life, concise summaries of whyContinue reading “Writing Book Review: Your Writing Matters by Colleen M. Story”
Advent: Joy + A Book Review + And it’s a Tuesday
Somehow, mainly, I think because I had a bit going on, I lost track of my Sunday-Monday posts I had planned. So, here, they are, without much further ado, except, well, more at the end. The third Sunday and week of Advent is dedicated to joy. Joy as in a deep kind of happiness. JoyContinue reading “Advent: Joy + A Book Review + And it’s a Tuesday”
Writing Productivity: Why celebrate every word and moment?
Do you track your writing goals? Do you celebrate what you’ve accomplished? Read more to find out what I do to celebrate my writing productivity and how this is helping me become a healthier, happier writer.