What I do When I Lose the Will to Write

By Susan Vittitow Mark I’ve written for a living long enough, that I can usually manage the must-do, on-deadline stuff. Some people dig ditches, I tell myself. I push letters on a keyboard. Where I struggle is with personal, creative work. Sometimes I simply lose the will to write. Winter’s … Continue reading

Write to the Scene- Not The Word Count

When I first started writing- I mean trying to write fiction professionally, I was told by so many people- veterans and rookies alike that I had to write a certain number of words each day.  Some said the magic number was 200.  Others swore by 850.  Still others could breeze … Continue reading