The Writer’s Wheel 7/12/2020: Does How You Age Affect Your Writing? Loleta Abi There are those who feel that aging affects your writing. Or is it more likely, the way you age affects your writing. Does the quality of your health play a part on what you’re able to do? Or do you think that […]
Three Links 7/10/2020 Loleta Abi Writing: 1. https://jamigold.com/2020/07/organization-for-our-creativity-and-our-career/ “You wouldn’t know it by looking at my desk, but I have a natural organizational system. That system is called organized disorganization. *grin* Everything looksdisorganized, but I can find what I need…most of the time. Wherever I am, I tend to accumulate piles of “things” I need to deal […]
Nothing this week. My Adobe Digital Editions which I used for Netgalley will no longer work with Windows 10. A lot of people have experienced this issue. I’ve tried support to no avail. I will have to concentrate on the future with books I buy, arcs I’m asked to read, and my Kindle offerings. I […]
The Writer’s Wheel 7/5/2020: How to Get Back into Your Writing After an Absence Loleta Abi For some of us, it’s been months since we glanced at our WIP. Not that we meant to abandon it, it’s just that life’s circumstances took us away. Some of us might not even come back. That’s okay. If […]
Three Links 7/3/2020 Loleta Abi Writing: 1. https://www.septembercfawkes.com/2020/03/breaking-writing-rules-right-write.html “Over the years, I’ve done a lot of posts on dialogue, in part because when I went searching for a deeper understanding on the topic, I didn’t find a lot of material. One of the recurring things I did find though, was about writing indirect dialogue. And this is absolutely one […]
The Writer’s Wheel 6/28/2020: Living to the Depths You Can Loleta Abi Do you wonder how far you can go through life? Have life and circumstances caused you to give up on your dreams? Taking a steady pace and pushing through the obstacles may work for you. How Far Can You Go? Whatever the dream, […]
Three Links 6/26/2020 Loleta Abi Writing: 1. https://annerallen.com/2020/06/your-first-bad-review/ “I’m not sure anything stings as much as that first bad review. You’re riding high in triumph. You finished the project that may have taken decades to complete. Then you survived the crushing editing/ querying/ rejections/ revising/ editing again process. But now you’re finally a published author. […]
Nothing this week.
Nothing this week. Hoping still to get back into routine. It’s been hard with everything going on out there. Stay safe and take care. Peace to all.