Writers on Writing: My Writing Life with Liz Mugavero
It’s a word that strikes fear into the hearts of writers everywhere. It’s like the ominous beeping clock that started every episode of 24. The sands pouring through the hourglass. The glaring editor standing over your shoulder, tapping her foot.
You get the idea.
Now add in multiple deadlines, and wow. How does a writer manage?
Writers on Writing: My Writing Life with Larissa Reinhart
Recently I had the opportunity to portray a writer on television. Which was even more exciting since the writer was me. Yep, I did a reality show. But not a “reality” show. I didn’t get to toss any tables, rat out my neighbors, or eat bugs to survive while living naked on an island.
Actually I was on an island—Japan—but definitely not naked. And we do eat some weird stuff, but bugs aren’t on the list.
Writers on Writing: My Writing Life by Shawn Reilly Simmons
“You’re always on deadline.”
That’s what my cousin said the other day when we were planning our monthly lunch get together and I mentioned I had a few things due soon. She’s right. Meeting deadlines is part of the writing life that I always heard about from my author friends before I became one myself, but like a lot of things, you don’t know what something is really like until you’re living it.