12 Questions Writers Should Ask Themselves

Have you given any thought to how you interact with other writers, experienced and inexperienced?  Today’s post grew out of some conversations and situations I’ve been aware of in the past few months.  These questions are food for thought, no matter where we are in our writing careers.  Not just for experienced writers, but also […]

Writers Battle Diabetes and Win

I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but I’m enthusiastic about writers supporting each other.  I see more instances of this everywhere I turn.  And I’ll mention some of them to you at times. Many of these support efforts come into being because of personal experiences in a writer’s life, or those of friends or family […]

Words Created The Movies That Live Forever

Did you see the news from the British Film Institute’s magazine Sight and Sound? Every ten years the institute invites international film critics to vote on the greatest film of all time. Orson Welles’ Citizen Kane (1941) held the lead for the last fifty years.  In this year’s survey, critics voted Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo (1958) […]