Season’s Meatings

By Rhonda Rhea, @RhondaRhea   You know how I can tell we’re approaching the Christmas season? I find myself thumbing through a catalog. A catalog. Of. Meat. Potted meat. Pickled meat. Fried and dried and—maybe even poached meat. That just takes us to about page five. Then there’s meat by the log. Meat in a […]

Christmas Songs for Writers

By DiAnn Mills, @DiAnnMills   It’s a little hard to concentrate on writing when Christmas songs are rolling through our heads. We’re humming and singing along to our favorites and finding it impossible to write . . . or can we change the words in those songs to fit our writerly needs?? “Jingle Bells” Jingle […]

Should Writers Plan Holiday Social Media?

By DiAnn Mills, @DiAnnMills The holidays are fast approaching and writers are questioning if they should plan unique social media posts. The simple answer is Yes. This is a perfect time to connect with readers. They are excited about Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s. Planning holiday social media is like frosting on a cake. […]

A Christmas Haiku

Christmas Writers

by Alycia W. Morales     @AlyciaMorales The snow falls softly Outside my writing window On this Christmas morn.   The kids lay sleeping… Or should that be lie? While I Pour words on pages.   Rat-a-tat-tat-a, My fingers fly across keys. Then I hear the sound.   Giftwrap tears open As laughter explodes nearby And I […]

Christmas Songs for Writers

By DiAnnMills @DiAnnMills It’s a little hard to concentrate on writing when Christmas songs are rolling through our heads. We’re humming and singing along to our favorites and finding it impossible to write . . . or can we let those songs help us by changing a few of the words? “Jingle Bells” Oh what […]

5 Tips for Writers During the Christmas Season

By DiAnn Mills @DiAnnMills No other time of the year can be more difficult to write than at Christmas. We writers are simply distracted with all the fun and preparations. Besides the season involves creativity, and we simply can’t resist the urge to simply BE in the moment. My excuses race from one exciting activity […]