Why Writers Shouldn’t Blog Too Much | Vincent Mars

Blogging can take over your writing life. You may have reached a point where you have to ask yourself this question — is blogging distracting me from my more ambitious work? Many of us have started our blogs thinking it’s good for our writing careers. We need more than good writing if we want to be … Continue reading Why Writers Shouldn’t Blog Too Much | Vincent Mars

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“How to Become a Prolific Writer” | Nicole Bianchi

The powerful process that will help you write more in 2017 Have you ever looked at the bibliographies of prolific writers and wondered how on earth they write so many books? Do they just have an incredible amount of time to devote to writing? A motor inside their hands that keeps them typing away? A writing … Continue reading “How to Become a Prolific Writer” | Nicole Bianchi

In Full Swing in Spring (it seems)

~ Lifebook #17 ~ Spring always brings turbulent weather and this year's season of renewal has been no exception. A monsoon season in both April and May? C'mon, now, that's going a bit overboard. May is usually my favorite month of the year because of a few reasons, such as it being a period of … Continue reading In Full Swing in Spring (it seems)

Talking Trilogies with Tony Riches | Guest Blogger for Jennifer Macaire

For most writers, completing one book would seem more than enough of an achievement, so why would anyone make a commitment to writing three? I was reading Conn Iggulden’s impressive Wars of the Roses trilogy, when the answer occurred to me. Read more at: Guest blogger, Tony Riches — Jennifer Macaire

DARK SOCIAL | Warren Ellis

“Dark Social” is the notion that people share “content” via private/secure messaging apps, one-to-one or one-to-select-group.  That social sharing activity can’t be measured in any useful way.  There is no freely-available prosumer tool to quantify the sharing of a link.  Hence, they call it “dark social.”  When you hear someone say “dark social,” they’re bemoaning … Continue reading DARK SOCIAL | Warren Ellis

Joe Hill’s STRANGE WEATHER

In Joe Hill's most recent newsletter (subscribe here) he shared the cover and some information about his next book, a collection of four short novels called STRANGE WEATHER. There's even generous preview over at Entertainment Weekly's website. From his newsletter, Joe Hill writes: My next book, STRANGE WEATHER, a collection of four short novels, is out … Continue reading Joe Hill’s STRANGE WEATHER

Fight Club’s Chuck Palahniuk Explains His Writing Method With A Disturbing Story | Lowlife Magazine

https://www.youtube.com/embed/cKE3KCMwyhc?version=3&rel=1&fs=1&autohide=2&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&start=69&wmode=transparent (Warning: Strong/graphic content) As part of the Q&A Podcast Fight Club 15th Anniversary Special, in which host Jeff Goldsmith sat down with novelist Chuck Palahniuk (Choke, Survivor) and screenwriter Jim Uhls (Jumper) to talk about the 1999 film, Palahniuk was asked, among other things, about his writing method, including his inspirations, habits, etc. In … Continue reading Fight Club’s Chuck Palahniuk Explains His Writing Method With A Disturbing Story | Lowlife Magazine