When Slow Writing Leads to Great Writing

Today’s guest post is by Tara East. Our lives are busy and they’re just getting busier. We’re desperate for tips about time management, scheduling, prioritization, and optimization. We want life hacks and shortcuts. Technology has eliminated some of the tedious domestic tasks that consumed our time and zapped our energy, yet we’re still complaining about […]

5 Writing Lessons Learned from Margaret Atwood

Today’s guest post is by Dave Chesson. Thanks to the golden age of television, Margaret Atwood is finally gaining the recognition she deserves. Don’t get me wrong. Atwood has always been known for publishing politically provocative, emotionally engaging fiction. However, due to the runaway success of the Handmaid’s Tale, not to mention the topical relevance […]