I switched over to using Scrivener for the vast majority of my writing more than five years ago, and I've been in love with it ever since. I find it an easy platform to work with, and I always seem to find a new feature to use. One of my favourites is the corkboard feature.… Continue reading Scrivener tip: Using the corkboard view to outline your novel
I firmly believe that no matter how long you've been practicing an art, you can and should always keep learning. When it comes to writing, there are a lot of ways to do this: by attending workshops, taking classes, watching webinars... the list goes on. One of my favourite ways is by keeping up with… Continue reading Favourite five: Writing blogs to follow
Talking Fresh is an annual event hosted by the Saskatchewan Writers' Guild. I try to make it to the event each year, though I can usually only be there for the Saturday discussion sessions. This year was no different; while I missed Friday night's panel, I was able to take in the talks given by… Continue reading My highlights from: Talking Fresh 2018
Some days, self-doubt takes the lead. But every day, I'm proud to call myself a writer.
The Saskatchewan Writer's Guild held it's annual conference in mid-October and, as always, there was a lot to take in and a lot to learn. While I can't possibly share everything, I do want to highlight some of the more memorable lessons I took away from each presentation I attended. Keeping it Fresh: Survival Tactics… Continue reading My highlights from the Saskatchewan Writer’s Guild Annual Conference