Welcome to Writer’s Boot Camp—a place where I’m not here to inspire or encourage you, but to get you writing your best. To understand the rules of the Boot Camp, you need to read “Writer’s Boot Camp Week: Why I Hate Talking About Writing” so you don’t get kicked out.
You may also want to read yesterday’s post: "21 Things No One Will Tell You As a Writer (But Someone Probably Should)."
Writing demands that you come to terms with the creative life—a rush of emotions, observations, adoration, ironies, coupled with the every day demands of paying a mortgage, caring for a family, and oh, yeah, dirty laundry. [Tweet this]
I’ve been writing for more than 15 years. I’m hopeful that in another 50 I might become good.
For those who want to write or unleash their creativity, enough hours never exist in any day. Never.
You must make time where time does not exist. [Tweet this]
You must find energy where energy does not exist. [Tweet this]
You must master the art of making something out of nothing. [Tweet this]