NaNoWriMo Update

As I talked about in my recent post Why Teachers Should NaNoWriMo, I am embarking on the NaNoWriMo journey, and some of it will be … Read More ›

Why Teachers Should NaNoWriMo

There is only a week or so left in October, and that means National Novel Writing Month is just around the corner. NaNoWriMo is an … Read More ›

Harsh Conversations With Myself

It has been an interesting year for me. For a couple of personal reasons (the details of which I don’t really want to get into … Read More ›

Audiobooks: Are They Really Reading?

Despite what the title may imply, this post simply will not answer that question, partly because I don’t actually have an answer and mostly because … Read More ›

What the Future Means to Writers – or – Some Advice to A Friend

A friend of mine said to me on twitter today, “Brad, kind of struggling lately with the idea of being a writer, given so few … Read More ›

How to Setup Automatic Redundant Free Backup

So here’s the step-by-step that I promised a few days ago. For this, I will be assuming you use Scrivener, but as I said before, … Read More ›

For Writers: How to Get Automatic Free Redundant File Backup

Today, I was clearing out some old Scrivener backup files and wasn’t paying as much attention as I should have been. Somehow, deleting one of … Read More ›

Submitting to Agents – Or Querying: The 10th Circle

As I said previously, I have begun the Querying Process, submitting my query and such to literary agents in the hope of getting representation for … Read More ›

10 Reasons You Should Do NaNoWriMo

As you all know, I’m a huge supporter of NaNoWriMo and The Office of Letters and Lights.   They posted this on their blog today, … Read More ›

askDavid.com Promotion

askDavid.com is a book promotion site that is GREAT for indie authors.  I submitted my book to them a few weeks ago, and they posted … Read More ›