Working in the Writing Community

The movement of Self Publishing has many critics. Most say it is too easy for bad writing to get published.  Some say there is a plagiarism issue. Many struggle to gain traction, a wide readership for their works. Amazon and other platforms are working to address the plagiarism issues. Since Harlow Hunter and I publish … Continue reading Working in the Writing Community

…And Order H2O (Part Two) — Success Inspirers’ World REBLOG

Yesterday in my post I wrote about the Psychological Concept of Synchronicity as explained by Carl Jung. Synchronicity does not have fundamental empirical evidence to support it as a “force.” This was pointed out on by reader of the post in a well written comment. However, my post was not about proving the existence of […] … Continue reading …And Order H2O (Part Two) — Success Inspirers’ World REBLOG

…And Order H2O (Part Two) — Success Inspirers’ World REBLOG

Yesterday in my post I wrote about the Psychological Concept of Synchronicity as explained by Carl Jung. Synchronicity does not have fundamental empirical evidence to support it as a “force.” This was pointed out on by reader of the post in a well written comment. However, my post was not about proving the existence of […] … Continue reading …And Order H2O (Part Two) — Success Inspirers’ World REBLOG

Finding Focus for Writing–for Life

https://www.ted.com/talks/matt_cutts_try_something_new_for_30_days   My mind has been spastic. Thoughts going every which way. I have all of these to do list. I have all of these plans to change. And I am treading water. A little over a year ago I found the above TED talk. It was inspiring and for a while I was able … Continue reading Finding Focus for Writing–for Life

Reconnecting to a Character

Turning this down time of job searching I have started to reconnect with my characters. Organizing files, documents, notes, pictures (like the one above) is part of this process. Another part is rereading old work and editing current works. Editing and rereading leads to two feelings. "What was I thinking? That is some crappy writing." … Continue reading Reconnecting to a Character