Resources: Favorite Books on Writing

Resources: Favorite Books on Writing

Being a writer is all about self-reliance. You dream, research, write and edit while mostly in a state of being alone. That’s why our writing community can be so valuable. But another aspect of importance is our personal library of books about writing. Some books...
Writing Tip: How to Beat Analysis Paralysis

Writing Tip: How to Beat Analysis Paralysis

Spinning my wheels and going nowhere fast Okay, I’ll admit it. I’m usually quite organized. In fact, I LOVE the idea of being organized—ask my family. I work from a daily list of tasks that need to be completed. I have an agenda that keeps me on track (most of the...
Writing Tip: How to Write Realistic Outdoor Scenes

Writing Tip: How to Write Realistic Outdoor Scenes

I consider it a compliment when readers say the ‘wilderness’ in my novels, Tracker and Pursuit, is as much a character as the people in them. Writing scenes in the out of doors—especially in the remote wilderness—and making it believable is key to making...
Writing Tips: Indie Publishing – An Overview

Writing Tips: Indie Publishing – An Overview

Indie Publishing and Lessons Learned Through Trial and Error Many of you have been along for the ride these past months as I’ve shared my experience at indie publishing my novel, Tracker. So it’s only right that I follow up and tell you what I’ve learned, now that the...