If you’re a writer or a reader, you may have heard a bit about Kindle Vella. There are plenty of articles all over the web with specific analytics to help writers decide if they want to use Kindle Vella or not. This is not that kind of post. I won’t be using graphs or chartsContinue reading “My Kindle Vella Journey, Part 1”
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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”
Word and Story Hunter: Celebration, Revelry, and Jubilee
I admit, I was at a loss for words this week, especially which word to pick for this post. And then, I went to the mailbox and found a special envelope containing a contributor copy of the Winter 2023 Edition of 3rd Wednesday, which made me think it might be a good day to discussContinue reading “Word and Story Hunter: Celebration, Revelry, and Jubilee”
Word and Story Hunter: Unhesitating
Word of the Day: UnhesitatingDefinition: Not hesitatingFound at Free Dictionary and Merriam WebsterIn a sentence: The firefighters responded to danger with unhesitating courage. Unhesitating isn’t a word I use often, despite taking on certain tasks with breakneck, unchecked enthusiasm. I came across it when I was working on my National Novel Writing Month challenge. It’sContinue reading “Word and Story Hunter: Unhesitating”
NEW Reviews of Writing Books, a Series
I love to read. I have loved reading for most of my life. As a writer, I read genre books, poetry, and non-fiction, specifically writing craft books, writing encouragement books, writing prompt books, books that inform my writing, and writing business books. This last year, I embarked on a writing business and writing marketing bookContinue reading “NEW Reviews of Writing Books, a Series”
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.