Setting Your Annual Writing Goals

The problem with New Year’s Resolutions, and planning in general, is that life tends to get in the way of the really exciting new projects on our goals list – the book project we want to … [Read more...]

9 Steps to Ensure Client Payment

The best way to avoid becoming your own part-time collection agent is to set up a good system that starts with your very first client meeting (whether that “meeting” be in person, over the … [Read more...]

Time Tracking Tools for Writers

A good way to get a better handle on what to charge for projects (or which assignments to take on or which markets to pursue) is to track how much time it’s taking you to do various … [Read more...]

Multitasking: Good or bad for writers?

  My name is Dana K and I am a multitasker. I do try to keep it under control, but yesterday afternoon I realized I was over-working my “command center” and likely my … [Read more...]

Spring Cleaning for Writers and Editors

 Visualizing spring when you’re looking out at two feet of snow is challenging. But the calendar has proclaimed it to be so. If spring is indeed on our doorstep, can spring cleaning be far … [Read more...]