The Only Person Like Him in the Whole Wide World

Here’s an author who has built a career on his very unique background and his amazing special interest. (I discovered him on Twitter this morning.) What is your unique set of interests? How can you share it in your books?

Amazon.com: Teodor Flonta: Books, Biography, Blog, Audiobooks, Kindle.

The Write Routine: The “Morning After”: One Conference Attendee’s Struggle

Writers Conferences are inspiring, exhausting, and addictive. They provide literary workers with information, support, inspiration, and so much fun it’s practically unbearable. Here are some reflections from a recent SCBWI (Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators) regional conference attendee. Click on the link below if you have recently attended a writers conference, or if you are thinking about signing up for one.

The Write Routine: The “Morning After”: One Conference Attendee’s Struggle.

Can Your Day Job Lead to Better Writing? | WritersDigest.com

It is so hard to find time to write while holding down a full-time job and dealing with the rest of life’s demands. Some lucky writers are able to quit their day jobs or retire.

Most have to excavate writing time from rock-hard schedules. There is good news. A day job can be an advantage.

Can Your Day Job Lead to Better Writing? | WritersDigest.com.