My “Writing Heroes” #4 – Those who write. Or do nothing!

Everyone would agree it’s an absolute gift to come into a new work week where the calendar looks pretty empty! For a writer, that’s like a sweet promise of long, uninterrupted moments filled with blissful writing. What could be better? Of course, my daily parenting duties continue, so I’m not exactly “free”. Still, since last … Continue reading My “Writing Heroes” #4 – Those who write. Or do nothing!

My “Writing Heroes” #2 – Those who publish late in life

Have you heard of “The Fraud Squad“? Neither have I. But I’m betting you’ve heard of “Crazy Rich Asians” and “The Devil Wears Prada.” Well, it seems that a fellow countryman, or should I say countrywoman, of mine had just scored a major coup! At the tender age of 23, Ms. Kyla Zhao hit the … Continue reading My “Writing Heroes” #2 – Those who publish late in life

My “Writing Heroes” #1 – Those who often procrastinate

Talk about procrastinators! Nearly 12 months ago, I wrote about my “Writer’s Pause“, and how I’ve been reluctant to press on with my book-length memoir rewrite. It seems in all this time, not very much has changed! My “PAUSE” button seems to be working more like a “STOP” button instead. Welcome to the abysmal life … Continue reading My “Writing Heroes” #1 – Those who often procrastinate

My “Writing Heroes” #3 – Those who write what they want to know

It’s been said that beginner writers would be well-advised to write what we know. No major arguments there from me. After all, as famous writer Flannery O’Connor once opined, anyone who survives childhood has enough information to write for the rest of his or her life. Meaning, even as early as 12 or 13 years of age, … Continue reading My “Writing Heroes” #3 – Those who write what they want to know