On this week’s episode of “Writer Craft Podcast” Valerie and I are keeping up with the end-of-year vibes. We talk about creative resolutions, what we think is effective, what is not, and how we make them.
If you’re looking at making a change in your practice next year, give it a listen.
On a personal note, I’m taking the last few weeks of the year to look at my author/ghostwriting business in a broad sense. Call it my time to work on resolutions.
What’s working? What isn’t? Most importantly, of course, I’m trying to focus on what I can do differently.
Also, I’m reading Larry McMurtry’s “Last Kind Words Saloon” which is, unfortunately, a real snoozer.
My co-host, Valerie, updated everyone on her year end process. Most importantly in that update is news around the second annual Writer Craft retreat. Apparently, those discounted tickets won’t last forever.
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