• Telling Your Story

    On track writing

    One of the hardest parts about writing is sitting down at the desk and actually writing. Unless you schedule it into your diary, it may end up on the bottom of the to-do list. Depending on the intention of your writing, your priorities will be different. If you’re dabbling in writing a novel but work full-time, you may not be able to give it your full attention. Because of this, many people struggle to write the book they dream about. What are the excuses? Many say there aren’t enough hours in the day. Some say that family, work or partner gets all of their attention. Others that they’ll get around…

  • Telling Your Story

    Mining for Precious Metals

    There are many similarities between your life and mine. We are born, we go to school, we get jobs, maybe get married, have kids and so on. But each of us has our own experience within those similarities. And not everyone gets married or has kids. Or they may get married, then widowed or not be able to have children or choose not to have children. So how does a writer tell their life story without boring the pants off the reader? Do I want to hear about your life if it’s been similar to mine? Maybe yes, to a degree, because we all like to connect with someone with…