Your creativity contract is a way to self-motivate, establish the terms and conditions of your creative recovery, and hold yourself accountable.
Writers of dystopia, fantasy, action, or any genre can learn a lot about world-building, characterization, and lore from these RPGs.
When writing is your day job, your side gig, and your hobby, you really feel the creative burnout. Let’s talk about how to tackle it.
Ever heard of a polyptoton? Know how to use epizeuxis in your writing? Here are just a few useful writing terms and devices to add to your ever-growing arsenal.
Pinterest is one of my favorite tools across the board (see what I did there?), especially for writing.
Got a manuscript sitting in a drawer somewhere, gathering dust? Good.
I got myself into thousands of dollars of debt to learn this stuff, and now I’m sharing it with you for free.
You shouldn’t step out of your comfort zone. You should stomp on it. Kill it with fire!