Tagged:All posts tagged: On Writing

Results: 6


The Daily Rituals that Will Change Your Writing (and Your Life)

Marc and Angel Chernoff, authors of Getting Back to Happy, share some tips for establishing daily writing rituals that can change your life.


Pick Up the Pen: 3 Proven Ways to Get Writing and Finish Your Book

Started writing a book, but lost motivation to finish it? Don't fret - Jon Acuff is here to help with three tried and tested ways to finish your book.


Becoming a Biographer: How to Tell Someone Else’s Life Story

James Atlas always knew he wanted to be a writer, and eventually became fascinated by biographers. Here, he shares what it was like to become one himself.


How Stephen King’s Childhood Writing Trick Turned Into Our Treat

Writer-illustrator Nathan Gelgud interprets Stephen King's 'On Writing' and explains the influence schlocky horror films had on the budding writer.


Things I Don’t Want to Know: Deborah Levy on the Political Purpose of Female Writers

In 'Things I Don't Want to Know,' Deborah Levy takes a stirring stand in favor of the political nature of the female writer's interior life. Taking it one empowering step further, she also wants to emphasize the right of women to take on as vast a portion of the world as she wishes.


Stephen King: A Call for a Biography Befitting the King of Horror

While Stephen King is understandably fatigued by the question of whether or now he's a "real" vs. "genre" writer, his unique position in the world of letters makes him the ideal candidate for a critical biography that will address the question honestly and fairly.