How many writers does it take to change a light bulb?
I’ll provide my answer to the title of this post later, but you’ll probably work it out by the end of the next sentence. I think it’s high time that more writers – actually, all writers – took responsibility for their writing. My first (proper) post on Write for
How to write about your life (without upsetting friends and family)
Whether you’re a poet or problogger, you will, at times, have an instinct to write autobiographically. As writers, we regularly follow the common piece of writing advice, to ‘write about what you know’. It’s in our nature to draw on personal experience and, in one way or another,
Writing goals 2: Short-term targets, long-term goals
The first post in Write for Your Life’s ongoing ‘Writing goals’ series encouraged you to aim high, but manage your expectations [https://www.iainbroome.com/blog/writing-goals-1-dont-expect-the-unexpected]. Now, it’s time to look at how you approach your writing once you’ve decided what you want to achieve. I’