Dealing with a chronic illness can leave you feeling like you’re always beginning again.
These are five of my favourite books from 2020 – hard to choose just five!
All those books you own that you haven’t read yet? They constitute your antilibrary.
Is typewriting just like using a computer? Not quite.
This week I read two extremely different books. Both gave me something to think about in terms of privilege and writing. This week I read … Read more
Marie Kondo advocates cutting your book collection to 30. I discuss why that won’t work for people like me.
We all need a break sometimes, and the holidays are the perfect time for rest, relaxation, and recalibration.
This week my quotes have to do with persevering even when you feel inadequate or not ready or filled with anxiety (the latter is me … Read more
It’s not an issue of being a ‘good’ person for giving up social media or a ‘bad’ person for using it regularly. Just as long as it’s a choice you’ve made, and not one that social media has made for you.
Writers with chronic illnesses, whether that’s fibromyalgia, mental health issues, ALS, multiple sclerosis, etc., often feel like we are seriously limited in our ability to produce quality work. Here are five tips to help you do what you can without using up all of your spoons.