I met Robert M. Goldstein two years ago at The Public Blogger, when we were both competing in “A Star is Born.”
I was immediately impressed not only by his talent, but also his integrity and commitment as an artist.
I’m honored to be his guest today, talking about writing, why I’m such a firm believer in the importance of humor, and baring my soul a little. In case you’re worried, I promise my soul is the only thing I’m baring today.
I hope to see you there, by clicking right here…
It’s time once again for my weekly Nickel’s Worth on Writing, when I utilize my 15 years as a columnist to offer writing wisdom some of today’s most successful authors have called “Full of…words,” “Utterly…complete,” and “Total…advice…”
Or as Stephen King described, “The place I go to scare myself.”
But enough accolades already!
For only the second time in NWOW history, this week’s offering is a re-post. The reason has nothing to do with laziness or lack of inspiration, and everything to do with answering a question that many new followers have been asking since last week’s Nickel’s Worth on Writing:
Have you ever considered plumbing as an occupation?
As I consider that suggestion, I thought I’d answer the second most frequently asked question since last week’s NWOW post, which was:
You have a unique writing style. How do I avoid it?
So let us begin… Continue reading To be heard above the crowd, a writer needs to establish their voice