You know that feeling when you finish a book and your eyes are full of tears and your heart is entirely full of, “Yes. Yes, I remember now. Thank you for reminding me.” That is what I feel right now.
Hullo Sweeties. I am curious – what do you listen to when you write, or paint, or clean out the cupboards? Do you like sounds or silence? I sometimes prefer silence, but I have come to love instrumental music or music sung in a… Continue Reading “The Sounds of Writing…and other doings…”
Here I am again with no real outline and just a character and I am afraid that there won’t be a way forward. Though, there always is. That is the deepest joy of this weekend for me. Just letting the words flow out onto the page. Side-stepping, faking out, freaking body-slamming, my inner-critic into submission. It’s exhilarating!
Hullo Sweeties As some of you know, I’ve been hanging out with Jennifer Louden over at the OASIS for a while now. I just passed into my second year as a member and I am still loving up the space that Jen creates and… Continue Reading “making room for magic…”
The fabulous Arthur Slade is launching a spooky new book today and you can get a copy (ebook) for 99 cents!!!! Yay!
Pam ponders the power of honouring our work, instead of viewing our manuscripts as Things we must wrestle into submission…
Hey Look. It’s a really short blog post.
Wherein Pam sings the praises of her wonderful community of fellow writers (with links) and lays out her exciting new plan to find her way through a new draft of her novel in progress….
Hey gang: Popping on today with some thoughts about… revisions. About how much a book can change from draft to draft and about how … sometimes, the leaps made are GINORMOUS. Finally got my hand’s on Go Set a Watchman by Harper Lee. Am… Continue Reading “Best revision ever? Thoughts on Go Set a Watchman by Harper Lee”
Pam talks about her own journey as a writer – and offers up some tips from the road.
Includes a guided visualization she calls.. The Gift.
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