I didn’t want to become a shameless self-promoter. Even now, I have moments where I show my work, and I worry that I’m driving friends and family insane. Oh, there’s Rob again with a post about his damn book. Oh, another art piece. When will it stop? Continue reading Show Your Work! (Throwback Thursday)
When I was a sophomore in college, I was studying film (or rather, video production) and I had plans to make movies for my career. I aspired to tell stories, and contribute to the cultural zeitgeist with my talents. Working at a church was the furthest thing from my mind, even though I was studying at a private Christian university.Continue reading “When Plans Don’t Work Out”
One part of the revision process is critiquing your work. Whether it’s constant throughout the process or at various phases during your writing, critique is crucial to making a quality finished work. But what questions should we ask? How do we critique our book in a holistic, systematic way that makes for a great product and keeps us sane? Angela Ackerman & Becca Puglisi from … Continue reading Critiquing Your Work
I am a lot of things. Dad, husband, friend, writer, artist, editor, designer, etc. But I am not these things in any sort of final form. I have to keep learning. As Dory says: Just keep swimming. She meant it more in a different way than what I mean it now, but it still helps me remember that if I’m not swimming – learning – … Continue reading Just Keep Learning
Let me tell you a little story about a time when I failed.