I may have told this story before. If I have, pretend it is brand new to you, because I think it is worth repeating, and I’m going…… Read more “Having Permission to Write”
Throughout my coaching practice, I often recommend a number of books on the craft of writing to my clients. As a coach, I generally focus on the…… Read more “My favorite books on the Craft of Writing”
When was the last time you read a blog post or Social Media post about someone’s writing process? I’m not talking about the time someone posted about…… Read more “The Writing Process – What No One Talks About”
“I don’t have time to write.” “I’m too busy right now.” “When I’m retired, that’s when I’m going to write.” I don’t have time is the biggest,…… Read more “I Don’t Have Time”
There are a lot of reasons and excuses we give, but in all honesty, there is only one thing stopping you from writing: the fear of failure.…… Read more “The One Thing Stopping You From Writing”
Being a full-time writer when you have a day job. Is that even possible? Yes, it is. It won’t be easy, but it is definitely doable. The…… Read more “How to be a full-time writer when you have a day job”
Several months ago, I made a decision to “Go For It”. That decision, and my commitment to it, changed everything. As much as people in our lives…… Read more “The Decision to “Go For It””
ugust 9, 2014, I released Mabel into the world at When Words Collide, in Calgary. While When Words Collide and my launch time slot just happened to fall on August 9, it didn’t escape me that my book launch fell on Aunt Annie’s birthday. If it hadn’t been for Aunt Annie, I would not have gone to Odyssey, and I would likely have never encountered Mabel.
Books and writing books.