J is for Juggling Writing, Parenthood and a Job, by Clare Dugmore
Writing, revising and marketing a book. Raising a family and being a good spouse. Holding down a full-time job in order to support aforementioned family. These three things alone can be time and energy consuming enough that they’d count as a full-time job, let alone when you combine them. Yet many modern writers are also […]
Beginnings, by Randy Attwood, by Clare Dugmore
Beginnings, by Randy Attwood I’m a pantser — writers who don’t plan or outline. I write by the seat of my pants. I want to make an aesthetic argument for that method, but not in a debate mode. If outlining and planning works for you, I wouldn’t try to woo you to the rowdy, messy […]