Seven Ways You Can REALLY Help a Blog Succeed That Don't Cost a Dime
It's Really Okay Not to Write. Really. Part II.
Creative Writing Terms Beginning With the Letter L
The Worst Writing Advice Ever Hate to give props to our renegade blogger, but numbers don't lie.
Writing Prompt: First Sentences The most important sentence in a story should be the hardest to write.
Misunderstood Shark is Misunderstood A trope defying character sometimes has a tough road
The Mailbox: Recant. Reflect. Refine. The follow up to the prior link. Largely due to the comments.
Disneyland--A Reading Photoblog Pictures of me and a Dresden novel from ALL over Disneyland.
The Look Original Fiction by Chris Brecheen (Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5--also internal links)
The Mailbox: Just how much do you make? How much does W.A.W. really earn?
The Mailbox: My friends like my writing. Why can't I make money. Making money from writing.
The worst of humanity sucks, but we're better than them. A response to the Boston atrocity.
The Mailbox: You Don't Really Have to Write Every Day! Many say it's not a big deal.
The Mailbox: Should I Outline My Book? There are some pretty good reasons for yes and no.
A Demon's Rubicon Part 1 The first part of some creative non-fiction about my childhood.
The Mailbox: Revision Land How do I go about my revision process?
10 Words Writers Need to Learn to Use "Correctly" Because the gatekeepers care, that's why.
Prose Rhythm The best kind of writing is when the prose mirrors its subject. Find out how...
The Mailbox: Persona Why do I wrote through the eyes of this total perv?
Good News, Other, More Different Good News, And Bad News Rare that a "plot post" gets traffic....
Milestones: 400,000 and I Can't Thank You Enough "Creepy Guy" kind of broke everything....
The Worst (Best) Advice About How to Be a Famous Writer The evil hacker blogger strikes again.
Mailbox: Help I'm Addicted to Writing It didn't make "the best of the mailbox" but it was pretty good for August
Meet Indem Niffy and some Wild Numbers My muse has a companion now!
Personalish Update: A Writer's Time A baby shower for my roommate leads to some tough decisions.
Fifteen Things Not to Do to Writers (Unless You Want Them to Hate You) Part 2, Part 3
Mailbox: Bits and Pieces Several shorter questions that have accumulated over time.
An Introvert's Birthday (Desptite snippy articles to the contrary, few get what "introvert" means.)
A Daily Dose of Demon Dueling (My life long struggles against the shadow of depression.)
The Mailbox: How Am I About Writing Every Day? (What happens when the tables are turned?)
A Demon's Rubicon (Part 3 was the one that did the best this month) Part 1, Part 2, Part 3
Seven Bits of Advice to Get You Through Week Two of NaNoWriMo
The Mailbox: Traditional Vs. Digital Publishing
Why I Left Islam One of my Facebook followers from Egypt noticed that I was once Muslim...
Enter The Contrarian One of the reasons the end of 2013 got a little light on content.
The Mailbox: Is My Story Done It's a tough question to answer, but here are some tips.
How being a writer helped me rewrite a sexist trope...for real. [Edit 3 (7/25/13): I speak to some of the more common comments, questions,...
Well....it finally happened. My "can't even" about the comments on my Facebook page went from figurative to literal. At o...
So if you've been on Facebook sometime in the last fifty years or so, you've probably run across this little turd of a meme. I...
My suspicion is we're going to hear a lot about mental illness in the next few days. A lot. And my prediction is that it's going to...
Come see the full comic at: http://jensorensen.com/2016/11/15/donald-trump-election-win-reactions-cartoon/ If you are still trying to ...
I don't normally mess with author gossip here on Writing About Writing . Our incestual little industry has enough tricky-to-navigate g...
Image description: A fountain pen writing on lined paper. These are the brass tacks. The bare bones. The pulsing core of effective writi...
Ready to do some things for your craft that will terrify you even more than a sewer-dwelling clown? Oh what I wouldn't give for a si...
This might be a personal question, but I saw that you once used to be Muslim on one of your other posts. Why did you leave? It's fun...
1. Great writing involves great risk–the risk of terrible writing. Writing that involves no risk is merely forgettable–utterly. 2. When yo...