The Importance of POV

In my last post about the 2011 Write-Brained Network Writing Workshop, I revealed David L. Robbins’ bombshell that “write what you know” is a lie. This time I’m going to share his advice about what he considers the most important thing to know about writing: POV. In a story, David … Continue reading

Is There an Audience for your Story?

As I said in my first post about the 2011 Write-Brained Network Writing Workshop, David L. Robbins gave a lot of great information in his “Redline Your Writing” talk. So much that I’m going to split it up into bite-size, easy-to-digest blog posts. I’ll include some of my own thoughts … Continue reading

A One-Stop Workshop for Writers

This past weekend, Chad and I roadtripped to Harrisonburg, VA, for the inaugural Write-Brained Network writing workshop. In an effort to keep this from becoming way tl;dr, I’m going to do a quick overview here, then follow-up over the next few weeks with a series of blog posts about each … Continue reading