for writers

November 11, 2009

NaNoWriMo: Writer’s Resources

You’re writing furiously, that’s good. Keep it up. Remember; hold off on the editing as you go. Although I learned from Rachel Caine that she goes back about thirty pages each day when she starts writing. She reads, makes minor adjustments and immerses herself in the work. She tweaks those pages, but the purpose is not to edit, but to write. I wanted to share with you my writer’s resources, sites that I have in my must bookmark list and that I visit regularly for research, inspiration and sometimes just support. So bookmark these resources and tools: Daily Writing Tips […]
October 2, 2009

Being the Queen (or King) of Your Creative Domain

Welcome to a mini blog bit of Muse Therapy – D. D. Scott style – where it’s all about injecting life into tired and/or stressed out muses. First, a huge thank you to Heather and her Daily Dose for inviting me to do a mini Muse Therapy Session with you today! I take it many of you may need a writer’s go-to-gal for your muse “disorders”. Bravo! Me too…and I’m the “therapist”! LOL! Being Queen or King of your creative domain may require “therapy” – Muse Therapy that is! Congratulations, though, on being at the top of the writing game. […]