The only way you’ll ever be a successful author is if you live by Discipline, not by Talent. That’s why I wrote “Why Your Writing Needs Daily Discipline” at The Write Practice.
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We have a story problem.
Not a grade school math class “story problem,” but a problem with our stories that is turning many of us into bad writers (with fleeing readers).
And by spending millions of our hard-earned dollars at the box office, we’re only have ourselves to blame. Continue reading “Reason Readers Quit #7: No Personal Stakes”
After many nights hiding in the hot, lonely swamps of the Deep South, Celestine and her daughter decide to risk staying at an unproven Underground Railroad Station. “The Warmth of Blankets” is the story of their terrifying and heroic trip into the home of a white farmer that may, or may not, be worthy of their trust.
Read “The Warmth of Blankets,” winner of Honorable Mention in the 2017 Spring Fiction Contest (hosted by The Write Practice and Short Fiction Break), here! Continue reading ““The Warmth of Blankets” – Winner of Honorable Mention!”
Readers quit reading for a lot of reasons.
So why do they quit on you? Continue reading “REVEALED: The 10 Reasons Readers Quit Your Story”
Great things are coming! Continue reading “Get Ready for (10) Great Things”