It’s hard to juggle work to pay the bills and writing to fill our hearts.
Professional writer and editor Andi Cumbo-Floyd shares how she’s struck the balance between paid creative work and the pure creative work that feeds her soul.
Being a writer can get overwhelming, can’t it?
I’m here to help. The Growing Writer’s Survival Kit offers you an ever-expanding set of tools to get through any roadblock you’re facing.
As a creative who got paid to plan, I’ve always fought the dissonance between inspiration and process. But as I kept at it, I started to see the pattern. Here’s the simple way to get better writing done, every time.
Your email list is your most important online tool, because it’s way easier to talk to someone who already knows you and trusts you and cares about what you’re offering. Here are three tips to make the most of it and serve your audience well.
NaNoWriMo is a creative writing challenge where participants share a common goal of writing a 50,000-word novel in a month. But support tends to drop off in December as everyone goes back to their lives.
I need some accountability to keep that NaNo momentum going, so I can edit and actually FINISH the book I am writing this NaNo. And I invite you to join me!
It’s easy to freak out over big decisions. Maybe you’re worried a decision now might screw everything up later. Maybe you still don’t quite know what to say or how to say it. Or you know what to say, but you’re not sure you can find the right people to read it or to support you. But your words can’t change the world if they’re not in it. So here’s a four-step process (and a free download!) to finish your project in 90 days.
I am Christine Royse Niles, and I’m a writer, a recovering project manager, and a corporate refugee with a heart for orphans around the world. My two daughters were adopted from Ukraine at ages 12 and 14.
I post about writing, adoption, chasing dreams, and sometimes share snippets of a story or novel that’s in progress.
I’ve worked with bestselling authors to launch nearly a million dollars’ worth of books and online courses. I’ve seen what works (and what doesn’t), and I know what it takes for a growing writer to get your work out and grow as you go.
The Growing Writer’s Survival Kit is filled with tools to help you when writing gets tough.