Finishing a book is terrifying, terribly exciting, and a little bittersweet.
Writing fiction from a different chracter’s perspective usually leads to insights about the story itself.
Even after a story seems locked in, I sometimes have to re-ignite my big picture imagination.
When imagination gets in the way of day to day tasks, it can lead to some surprises.
Malcolm Page won two gold medals with two different skippers for the Australian sailing team. Now he’s putting that experience to work as the Chief of US Olympic Sailing.
How to create high quality blog posts week after week, year after year.
A twenty-two year old letter sparks thoughts about the evolution of freelance writing.
Coming soon to a library near me: a discussion about my new novel.
Discipline gives us the freedom to be creative.
Editing and formatting the Safety at Sea manual reminded me that a good looking page makes the information on it easier to understand.