If you're stuck on writing, here's how to start.
Got a burning question about writing? WHO DOESN'T. Get all your Qs answered here.
If your writing is too extra, here's how to rein it in.
Four ways to make team writing less Lord of the Flies.
If you apply this one principle of athletic training to your writing, you'll be unstoppable.
Grant writing doesn't need to cause epic meltdowns. Here are 9 ways to make it less stressful.
One of the best ways to hook your readers is to make it easy for them. Here's how.
One of the easiest things to do when you're writing is to take your reader for granted. Here's how to give them some love.
There's a productive way to ask What's the Point, and an unproductive way. Here's the difference.
In the last post in the series, I talk about the most important thing I've learned in the nine years I've had Camurati-Engelmann Disease.
In the second part of the series I get more personal about some of the interview questions and I talk about my rock-bottom moment - the moment that changed everything.
The first of a three-part personal series inspired by my podcast interview with Jen Riday. I talk about living with a rare incurable condition called Camurati-Engelmann Disease and what I've learned from five brain surgeries in nine years.
This is by far the piece of writing advice that people hate the most. But it's genius.
What Bette Midler, Danny DeVito, and a caper comedy from the eighties can teach you about writing.
I'll show you how two letters can maximize your writing efficiency.
There's a reason I love this piece of writing advice. First, it appeals to the part of me that still has a third-grade sense of humour (um, that would be a big part). Second, and more importantly, it's highly effective. And so simple.