This year has been fun, right?
Today I'm talking about my goals for 2020. I'm recapping quarter one and quarter two of this year while also reviewing what I hope to accomplish in quarter three.
I'm a big proponent of quarterly goals, and I am at my most productive when I work in three-month chunks at a time.
Today I'm discussing the writing craft book 'Wired for Story' by Lisa Cron.
According to the cover, 'Wired for Story,' is the writer's guide to using brain science to hook readers from the very first sentence.
Lisa Cron is a story coach and author. She has worked as an agent, as a producer, and as a story consultant. She has been an instructor at UCLA since 2006, and she is also on the faculty for the school of visual arts MFA program in New York City.
So, I'd say she has the credentials, which is always vital for me when I go into a writing craft book.
I get so many questions about ghostwriting after posting my Secrets of a Ghostwriter video (link below) so I wanted to chat with another freelance ghostwriter to get another point of view for you!
TRANSCRIPT of Interview:
Today, I'm here with another Scribbler subscription box for writers unboxing. And this month's theme is themes.
Now I always find theme tricky to nail down from the very start before writing my book. So I'm so excited to see if I pick up any tips and tricks from this box.