by Harriet Hale Ask-hole -“a person who constantly asks for your advice, but always does the opposite of what you tell them.” I love this, and I wish I could claim it but I can’t. I saw it on Pinterest. I’m embarrassed to tell you how many of my sentences now include a reference to… Continue reading How Not to be an Ask-hole
Over the past few weeks, Nena has talked about the difference between writing and editing, Mags has talked about muses, and Sandra has talked about finding and reviewing her early manuscripts. We all have a muse. We have a book we’ve read that makes us think “I could do that,” or we have the overwhelming… Continue reading Harriet’s Opinion
. As for the title… Don’t answer that. You better not be! . . In a recent interview I had on BlogTalk Radio, the host said, “I’ve heard writers say that participating in critique groups hampers the individual’s creative process; that not only is a lid put on the writer’s inspiration, they come away a… Continue reading Are You A Gray Blob?