How Writers Can Use Creative Visualization to Manifest Their Best Work

This week I’ve been reading “Creative Visualization” by Shakti Gawain. It’s a little book I picked up by chance last week when I was looking for something else. It was originally published in 1978, but it is a timeless classic in personal development. Creative visualization is, in Gawain’s words, “using your imagination to create what … Continue reading How Writers Can Use Creative Visualization to Manifest Their Best Work

10 Ways to Distraction-Proof Your Life for NaNoWriMo

This post is part of a series dedicated to National Novel-Writing Month. If you aren’t participating in NaNoWriMo this year, you should. I have a free workbook available for download on the home page that will guide you through the process in a fun and accessible way. If you’re abstaining this year, never fear. These … Continue reading 10 Ways to Distraction-Proof Your Life for NaNoWriMo

6 Common Problems Masquerading as Writer’s Block and How to Solve Them

Writer’s block is one of the most popular themes in the canon of writing. There are endless articles, books, and online courses promising to solve the problem, and most of them are, quite frankly, dumb. Saying you have writer’s block is the creative equivalent of saying you’re not feeling well when you actually have an … Continue reading 6 Common Problems Masquerading as Writer’s Block and How to Solve Them