Tag: writing

Why Bother? A Most Excellent Question!

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.

The Sounds of Writing…and other doings…

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…”

Time for another 3 Day Novel…

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!

making room for magic…

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…”

A New Vampire Librarian? Yes please…

The fabulous Arthur Slade is launching a spooky new book today and you can get a copy (ebook) for 99 cents!!!! Yay!

on honouring our Work…

Pam ponders the power of honouring our work, instead of viewing our manuscripts as Things we must wrestle into submission…

a day in the life…

Hey Look. It’s a really short blog post.

Looking forward…a writer prepares…

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….

Best revision ever? Thoughts on Go Set a Watchman by Harper Lee

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”

Survival Tips for Storytellers (and other humans)

the road I walk daily (p bustin 2012)

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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