Setting Attainable Goals in Writing. They're different for all of us.
Suspension of Disbelief Merriam-Webster defines Suspension of Disbelief as: to allow oneself to believe that something is true even though it seems impossible. All writing, specifically fiction, is based on Suspension of Disbelief. This is what allows us to tell stories that range from fictional accounts all the way to full Science Fiction and Fantasy. …
Writing Prompts: They're Everywhere. Finding inspiration for new stories is easier than you might think. Put down the phone and take a look around you.
Watch Your Word-Count. The size of your manuscript influences more than you realize.
The Many Secret Lives of Writers. An observation into the creative writing process.
Do Dreams and Nightmares Influence Your Writing? The answer might surprise you.
Dealing With Reviews: The Good and The Bad. How we deal with reviews is completely up to us. They can make you better or make you bitter. It's up to you.
Writing as Therapy. Writing is food for the soul. It feeds our creativity and gives us a release that we rarely find anywhere else.
Self-publishing: The Good,The Bad and the Ugly Truth
The Value of Beta Readers. The risk vs. the reward.