In my book, I talk about how there’s no need to go nuts buying fancy writerly accoutrements. By fancy, I mean expensive. I do not
I picked out some books I thought you might like.
I feel so lucky to have been included in this story in The New York Times about how to finally finish your non-fiction book. Of course,
If there’s one thing I know about being a freelancer, it’s that the C players are not going to make it. You can be a
Geraldine met the love of her life long before this story began, on a bus in Seattle surrounded by drunk college kids. She gets lost constantly, wherever she goes. And her nose would never, ever be considered “button-like.”