There are moments when a writer feels blocked. No words come. The story stalls. You’re staring at a brick wall. Every writer needs their own bag of tricks for overcoming Writer’s Block. (One of the best: a deadline.)
You might not have heard of another writer condition, one similar to Writer’s Block, but it differs in a significant way. I call it Writer’s Speed Bump, and knowing how to treat it is critical. Continue reading
Back in 2013, I got lucky enough to attend the first-ever Comic Con in Salt Lake City, and even get a front-row spot to see Stan Lee.
The costumes and displays were amazing, but the highlight for me was my up-close seat to hear from Stan Lee, something I’ll always remember.
Recently, a gentleman new to my neighborhood posed a question that every writer must grapple with at some point.
Over the last few months, our interactions have mostly been of the greet-in-passing variety, until recently, when he stopped me and asked an important question.