I came across an encouraging obituary.
Creators don’t like people saying that only 1 episode matters. The creator says, it all matters (They also tell the picky fans to get a life). Scope. Some like their series to never end.
One part after the other that continues the story on and on.
Writing is a catch-22, but I’m not talking ’bout the film or novel on which a film is based. Catch-22 … Continue reading To revise or not to revise
New Year can mean there is a spike in divorces, according to one lawyer. Does it also mean a spike in giving up vocations, jobs, employment or gigs as well? One may feel like giving the job away after a nice relaxing holiday.
Rejection seldom takes a writer well, but taking it on the chin can be enlightening. Personally, I would like to … Continue reading Submit everything or only the best?
One of the pressures of being on “assignment” is getting the job done on time. It requires a little foresight … Continue reading Getting the assignment done on time
Bad days are gone, grey days instead. In the grey days it’s not so bad. The day may be grey. … Continue reading Tiny bits of encouragement woven in
It is not an easy road getting published, but I had some good news about a month ago that a … Continue reading Another submission
While on the road of writing, if it’s full-time, part-time, casual, or as one can write in-between the necessities of … Continue reading The journey of writing: exploring something new
The response was reasonably positive from the editor, as he speculated on using the article sent him, at some stage … Continue reading Waiting
If I have different versions of a scene, I can see the differences between the versions. I ask myself which … Continue reading Deciding on different versions of a scene
Challenging decisions in the editing phase–what to do with everything but wanting to use everything. Cutting, pasting, rearranging, refashioning. Continue reading Deft defying decisions
Devotion written this week; signed and sealed, but not delivered, yet. Continue reading Undelivered, but all else done
This week writing has been writing a devotion based on old notes of my bible reading, a humor piece that … Continue reading A calm spirit in submitting is better
Over the last couple of weeks I’ve been writing a children’s short story, originally intended for a picture book. The … Continue reading Approaching publishers with the picture book idea
Or a mission, to pursue the possibility (not probability at this stage) of submitting a unique work of fiction or … Continue reading A mission on the journey
Wrote a short devotion of about 200 words that I’ve sent off to a devotional publisher, hoping it will do … Continue reading One-off submission this time