A baseball pitcher imagines the pitch he throws-before throwing it. A gymnast mentally reviews her routine-before executing it. A tennis player sees the swing of
Recently, I visited my local Speed Art Museum and enjoyed the exhibit Isabelle de Borchgrave: Fashioning Art from Paper. She folded and molded Japanese paper
Six to eight past midday. That is when I am writing. I don’t have the luxury of writing full time, so I need a schedule
First, here are some articles on writing I came across this week: Writing Do’s And Don’ts: Room Settings Is Self-Publishing a Good Choice for Your Novel?
Okay, this is a long post. Just warning you. This good news is you can just read the highlights in bold to get the gist
I’ve been experimenting with layering as a way to develop a scene. One aspect of layering I find helpful is how it can focus on