1. Manage your time well…for time is the essence lives are made of. Be sure about the things you want to spend your time on; once it slips away, there is no going back to retrieve it. 2. Think long term goals…because long term and tomorrows are what you are driving yourself to. Don’t sacrifice… Continue reading 7 Things to do that your Tomorrow will Thank you for
We all wish to write well. We wish to engage our readers, to influence them and inspire them as well. Through our writing we want to be heard and to connect. And yet, sometimes we are unable to express ourselves from the core of our being. We may be writing right or writing well but… Continue reading 5 Ways to Find Your Authentic Voice
More often than not, I find a slump in my writing life. Things happen, there are minor hiccups, there are major upheavals and writing takes a back seat. Or, nothing happens and a sense of ennui prevents me from taking up my pen. I know that I need to shake myself out of my reverie.… Continue reading 5 Things that help me get back to Writing
Friday Listicles. I need to hear this, at times.
Spam! Bring it on… To entertain.
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Friday Listicles. Musings on the Muse.
1. “Last night I dreamt I went to Manderley again.” The opening line to Daphne du Maurier’s most famous novel, Rebecca is one of the great opening lines in English fiction. In one stroke, du Maurier establishes the voice, the locale, and the dream-like atmosphere of the story. – The Strand Magazine Nothing can beat… Continue reading 10 Memorable Opening Lines from the Classics