Reading Time: 2 minutes A lot of things can happen in a second, you can fall in love, you can make a life-changing decision, step into the path of a vehicle.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Using the questions below, create a character. This person can be based on people you know or have completely invented. Write a sentence or two describing what the character wants.
The late Elmore Leonard ( October 11, 1925 - August 20, 2013) once wrote a brief article where he laid out the ten commandments on writing, infused with his signature blend of humor, humility, and uncompromising discernment. It's good, a little heavy in some areas. He...
Reading Time: 2 minutes Here’s a list of some advice from the master of horror himself Stephen King. He writes like a machine. Definitely, someone to listen to. It all comes down to one thing though, write, write and write some more. Practice makes perfect and I really need to practice harder.
Reading Time: 4 minutes I’m busy studying to find out what to do with my life since losing my business. It’s been a tough year with losses in my family and a radical shift from the future I expected. Force multipliers are something I have been reading a lot about
Reading Time: 3 minutes The status quo, the traditional, the institutionalized, the norm. All those things are often there not because they are good, efficient, or effective but because they are familiar, tried, and tested.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Never in history has there been a better time for finding or creating your tribe.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Your theme will take the form of a rant that begins with any of these four sentences.
Your theme will take the form of a rant that begins with any of these four sentences. For as long as I can remember I've felt there is something exciting at the intersection of _______ and _______ I deeply believe that the world needs _______ Never in history has...
Author's note: Following the Neil Gaiman Master Class series, he offers the following exercise. Take one of the simple settings below and write a page about it, trying to undermine the reader’s expectations. For example, you’re writing about a man at a party who is...