Never edit till it’s over

The most common mistake new, and old, writers make is they try to edit something before they’ve finished writing it. That’s like trying to put icing on a cake before you bake it. You can’t do it, and if you try, it’s going to ruin it.... Read More

Writing a book is never about the book

Writing a book is never about writing a book. It’s an exercise in self-discovery. That’s why so few people ever finish the book(s) they start. They’re not ready to discover themselves. You can’t write if you can’t examine your own thoughts, feelings, and angst about your life. You just can’t. Maybe you can churn out […]... Read More