Last week I was able to attend one day of the LTUE Conference with my daughter, and even though I was familiar with the conference from previous years, and had volunteered with some of their vendors, this year was my very first year as an attendee. There was one class in particular (An Authorpreneur's Business Plan)… Continue reading What the Heck is Visual Branding?
Category: Lessons from Writers
3 Lessons From a Master Storyteller
I still remember the first time I heard about The Anatomy of Story: 22 Steps to Becoming a Master Storyteller by John Truby. A friend and writing buddy recommended it and I decided to check it out and give it a try. It's taken me practice to truly grasp and properly apply the techniques Truby… Continue reading 3 Lessons From a Master Storyteller
What makes great writers great? I’ve asked myself this question many times. What is it about a writer’s voice, style, or story that leaves a deep mark in the souls of those who read their work? I think there are many different aspects in a writer’s life that play a role in the superiority of… Continue reading Worthwhile Influences
Patience and Failure: A Lesson by John Milton
Patience is our best weapon against failure, because failure has no way of fighting against the steady stream of a consistent heart. Heartache is a universal experience. We all know how it feels, and we all know it can come into our lives at any time—and through a variety of avenues. Recently, I came across… Continue reading Patience and Failure: A Lesson by John Milton