Predictions of the paperless office have been greatly exaggerated. While only a few strange folks still print their emails, most of us deal with plenty of documentation. Nonetheless, I seldom print much of what I'm writing anymore. It goes from draft on my screen to a website for publication.
So I wasn't going to print what I had of my draft of Off the Clock, my n… read more »
I have spent approximately 2.5 hours today shoveling snow. This particular winter storm involved a mix of snow and ice and so this shoveling has been taxing physical labor. The upside is that at least it feels productive, which I can't say of much else I did today.* I went through credit card statements highlighting business expenses. I bought a plane ticket f… read more »
(Laura's note: Got a book idea? Of course you do! So does everyone! Getting it written is a different matter. Today's guest post is about one blog reader's plan to finally get her book written by the end of 2017.)
by Jennifer Dabbs Sciubba
One of the items that has made it onto my New Year's Resolution list every year as long as I can remember is to write a novel. Not t… read more »
I have a few book-related announcements to make. First, the paperback version of I Know How She Does It will be out on January 3. This version has a new cover (see Rosie-with-a-watch, left), and a new afterward talking about my time-tracking journey. Pre-orders are always helpful for authors, so if you have been thinking about getting a copy, please use the… read more »
For the past two years, I've participated in National Novel Writing Month, a 30-day challenge that requires you to write a 50,000-word novel during November. I decided to do my own twist on it this year. I committed to spending 90 minutes daily during November revising the novel I wrote last year.
I am happy to report that I have stayed on pace so far. Some days I d… read more »