I've found that over time there are certain songs that I associate strongly with each WIP. They're not theme tunes as such, but they hold something of the WIP's aesthetic.
'Write everyday!' It's one of the most famous pieces of writing advice. I make the case both ways but it's up to you to decide: Is writing every day right for you?
If you’re a writer with any sort of contact at all with the writing world, you’ll know that November is coming. Not only will you be aware that November is coming, you will be aware of what that means: NaNoWriMo.
I am of a generation that had to be taught to use computers. Don't get me wrong, they're immensely useful but for most of history, books were painstakingly written by hand. Is one method better than the other though?
We all have a hundred and one ideas clamouring for attention and only so much time. Then we come across these authors that have eighteen novels in progress and it makes us wonder, am I just lazy? Should I be working on more than one project at once?