Monthly Archives: April 2014

There Is No Door: Reflections on Rejection

By Andrew Mozina – Author of  “Quality Snacks” Obsessed With Progress – Featured Guest!   As a writer, I’m tempted to say that I’ve been rejected more times than I can count, but that’s not true, because I have kept count. I mainly write short stories and

Goodbye Routine, Hello Productivity

By Annabel Hertz – Author of  “Seeing Green” Obsessed With Progress – Featured Guest!   When I started writing fiction, I attended writer’s conferences—and the wisdom most consistently offered by the successful was, “you must establish a routine,” and “every writer works differently.” I would nod and think:

11 Habits Of People Who Never Worry

Amanda L. Chan – Huffington Post   Worry is, sadly, an inevitability of life. Bad things are bound to happen, and the natural human reaction is to think about the negative consequences that could potentially arise.   However, worry is rarely productive — “it’s something we

How to Achieve Your Writing and Publishing Goals

By Nina Amir – Author of  “The Author Training Manual” Obsessed With Progress – Featured Guest!   Eighty-one percent of the American public says they want to write a book, but only two percent actually follow through on that goal and achieve it. If you, too, dream