Repost from Matter Writing Writer’s Brain We all know about the dreaded writer’s block. There have been countless articles and books written about how to overcome the dreaded inspiration rut, so I won’t bore you with another. What I want to talk about is the much less discussed writer’s brain. You’ve likely experienced it – a surge
If you’re asking yourself that question, then the answer is likely: because you’re a writer.
For writers, the act of committing words to paper (or screen) is not a choice but a compulsion that cannot (and should not) be quelled…
Matter Writing made this helpful post on managing research for writing. She has helped me organize myself (I still have a long way to go!) but the difference has meant everything! Enjoy! I’ve found that getting organized before I begin researching and plotting a story is key so that I don’t lose perspective when
Donald Trump’s campaign manager’s use of the term “alternative facts” has spurred sales of Orwell’s dystopian fiction 1984 and reminded us why words matter. Source: The Oxymoronic Rhetoric of Donald Trump