Regular readers here may have noticed the disappearing act I pulled at the blog this week. Rest assured, I’m still among the living, and have neither stepped into an alternate dimension, nor been abducted by aliens. I have, however, seen the number of little people controlling my actions increase by one. But I certainly can’t […]
A few years ago, I said “screw it,” and decided to finally take a stab at something I’ve wanted to do as long as I could remember. And that something was writing fiction. So one December a few years ago, at the urging of my lovely wife, I poured a glass of Clan MacGregor (the […]
In this episode of The Write Good Books Podcast, Jason and Scott talk about web hosting plans, which ones they use, and what you should look for in yours. Click the link below to stream the episode. Also available at iTunes, Soundcloud, RSS and YouTube. Disclaimer: Bluehost is one of our affiliates and I may […]
So let me share my New Year’s Eve tradition for the last several years. We usually end up writing down our goals for the coming year and talking about the many things we were grateful for throughout the previous year as well. Then after everybody else settled in for the night, I’d fix a drink, […]
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In this episode of The Write Good Books Podcast, Jason and Scott compare some of the various writing rituals authors use, including their own. Click the link below to stream the episode. Also available at iTunes, Soundcloud, RSS and YouTube. About the hosts Jason Bougger lives in Omaha, Nebraska with his wife and kids. He […]
I’ve apparently made it my life’s mission to tell aspiring writers, “Yes, you DO have time to write.” In fact time management for writers is so important to me that it was the title of our very first podcast, and also one of the first posts on this site. So why do I care so […]
Back when I was blogging daily at my author site, I ended every month with a post looking at my writing accomplishment for the month and a look at my goals for the next. While recording an upcoming podcast on getting discouraged, I realized that putting my monthly “report card” out there was actually quite […]