When the questions swoop in, screeching and shrieking and dropping doubts all around your work, here's what you do: check the oil.
Sometimes it’s hard to get started. This I know all too well, so I am always on the search for ways to kick-start my writing. I’ve found that taking an opening line and free-writing for about 15 minutes usually gives me enough forward motion to get into the story I need to be doing. The … Continue reading Go Write: Jump Starters
Check this out! I was interviewed on some of my work!
This photo was taken in 1865, according to a story on Glimpses of Charleston. It’s Rutledge Avenue at the corner of Tradd, which back then was waterfront. The torpedo boat in the foreground (visible because it was apparently low tide) was buried under the street when that area was landfilled. The street now looks like … Continue reading Go Write: Ghost Story
Writer Barbie poses in front of the green screen. The video production department is hard at work getting ready for the WDES videos.