Seven Links 2/16/19 Traci Kenworth


Seven Links…2/16/19 Traci Kenworth Writing: 1. https://megdowell.com/2019/02/09/12-ways-to-know-your-writing-is-terrible-and-you-should-stop-right-now/ “None of these things are true, of course. It doesn’t matter how you’ve been graded or critiqued in the past. It doesn’t matter how many other people are doing it or if they seem better at this whole writing thing than you. If you don’t think you’re great […]

Seven Links Traci Kenworth


Seven Links…1/26/19 Traci Kenworth Writing: https://megdowell.com/2019/01/20/the-only-one-holding-you-back-is-you/ “The last half of 2018 was one of the most difficult periods of time I’ve ever endured as a creator.” Sometimes, we have to condense our creative time to move forward. Less shame, more progress. https://donmassenzio.wordpress.com/2019/01/21/writing-about-a-location-do-you-have-to-go-there-2/ “One of the most important aspects of your writing is the setting. You […]

Writerly Things…1/21/19: Introducing a New Thesaurus!


Writerly Things…1/21/19: Introducing an Expanded Version of the Emotion Thesaurus by Angela Ackerman and Becca Puglisi! Traci Kenworth Have you ever held onto a secret you’ve been dying to share, and then finally…you can? For the last few weeks I’ve been helping Angela and Becca at Writers Helping Writers keep a BIG secret…what the next […]

Writerly Things…12/17/18: Be Kind to Yourself


Writerly Things 12/17/18: Being Kind to Yourself Traci Kenworth   Forgiveness It seems an appropriate time of year to talk about something very important. That is being kind to yourself. In our day-to-day experiences sometimes, we shuffle ourselves to the last on the list. Putting our family, friends, and others in a higher position than […]

Writerly Things…Carrying On When it Feels Like an Uphill Battle


Writerly Things 12/3/18: Carrying on When it Feels Like an Uphill Battle Traci Kenworth   Rejection Everyone experiences it sooner or later. Someone who writes professionally continues to face the guillotine over and over. Even those at the top of the chain, I’m sure. It’s a part of the publishing life. Sometimes it feels like […]