I once posted on my twitter feed, “I’m killing my darlings.” Most-likely, non-writers were horrified. Those writers that follow me probably smiled. I was, of course, editing my work. We all have to do this evil thing, which is really quite beautiful and necessary in the writing process. We would take our readers directly […]
Brain function and the writing process are my passion and my life’s work. I have studied the brain for years. I researched head injuries and the effects of neurotransmitters in arthritis, not knowing, as I kept my head down in the research building plugging in neurotransmitter formulas to aid in an answer, that I would be […]
While I’m waiting for answers back, joining communities in Google Plus and consulting my colleagues at LinkedIn, I thought I’d leave you with a few articles to chew on in this ever evolving digital age. Only one of these links has to do with digital media. (There is more to come on that in the […]
The bug that forever exasperated the early computer forefathers has visited The Quill in its current form of software and cPanels. After much consternation, we are happily back on. Thank you for your patience and we will continue where we left off. Have you written today? Here is a good article to get your Muse […]
This is a piece of mine that I shared on my more personal site. As I have a handicap, I thought I’d share it with you. If you followed me on both websites, you will be acquainted with this one I was reading today a beautiful piece of writing sent to me in Brad […]
Discussing the scientific basis of habits & procrastination & the tools you can use to both be more productive & have fun at the same time. Part of the Prolific Writer Series
We are now in our new home thanks to some wonderful friends. In the meantime, you all know how it is–moving day is only half the battle.