Category Archives: Writing
No matter where I go or whatever else I do, I hope to embrace the hard and rewarding exercise of writing.
The process pounds into you the reality that you don’t have all the answers. But you do have some answers, and thankfully, having some is a good and noble thing.
In the month of July, I will be setting aside the blog as I devote my attention to making significant progress on my dissertation.
In just a few hours, I’ll be in a room with a couple pieces of scrap paper and a computer. It’ll be me, my brain, and my Bible.
We now know that telling writers to avoid the passive is bad advice. The passive construction has a number of indispensable functions because of the way it engages a reader’s attention and memory.
The four stages of writing and the three mistakes we often make.
Stephen Altrogge and I discuss writing techniques, communication skills, favorite authors, and the best books on writing.
There are dozens of practical books to help you improve your writing skills. I recommend these four. Over the years, I’ve found I keep going back to them for assistance.
I thought I’d knock out the project in the amount of time it took to write my other books. Little did I know, I was in for a rude awakening.
There are various ways of determining the point of view for a scene, but they can be summed up in three basic approaches.