Guess What?
Home / Tag Archives: inspiration

Tag Archives: inspiration

Where Did it Go?

I’m sitting in the most expensive hotel room per square foot in Boston, trying to reflect on the day. I’ve spent the last nine hours listening to industry experts talk to me about inspiration, drive and passion, and I’m thinking, where did mine go? I talk about it all the time, but ten months ago, I wrote the first draft ... Read More »

Day 27 – A Quote You Try to Live By – 30 Day Writing Challenge

Day 27 - A Quote You Try to Live By 30 Day Writing Challenge

Day 27 – A Quote You Try to Live By 30 Day Writing Challenge To start my 30 Day Writing Challenge from the beginning, start here. Ahh, this post is late. But technically because I haven’t gone to sleep yet, I still consider this to be the same day even though the clock has ticked past midnight. So, forgive me, ... Read More »

Day 24 – Five Words/Phrases That Make You Laugh – 30 Day Writing Challenge

Day 24 - Five Words/Phrases That Make You Laugh 30 Day Writing Challenge

Day 24 – Five Words/Phrases That Make You Laugh 30 Day Writing Challenge To start my 30 Day Writing Challenge from the beginning, start here. One of my favorite things to do is laugh. I have a strange sense of humor, and you can usually find me laughing at something that popped into my head. When I’m asked why I’m ... Read More »

Cure for Writer’s Block #006

Fear Everyone is afraid of something. Sometimes it’s something common like spiders or heights. Sometimes it’s something that few people have heard of like Papyrophobia – the irrational fear of wet paper, or just paper in general. What are you afraid of? I had a conversation with my sister yesterday after having nearly been attacked by a spider in my ... Read More »

Cure for Writer’s Block #005

I just wanted to say that I love the beach. No matter what kind of day you are having, it’s always a good one when the sand is  between your toes and the wind is tangling your hair. I didn’t originally intend this post to be a Cure for Writer’s Block,  but you know what? What other place is better ... Read More »

My 100 Favorite Words in the English Language

As a writer, words are my primary tool, and finding words that express exactly what you’re feeling is the best thing in the world. Here is my list of my ultimate favorites. Hopefully, you will find some that you don’t know. Abash – cause to feel embarrassed, disconcerted, or ashamed. Abnegate – renounce or reject (something desired or valuable) Acclivity ... Read More »

Cure for Writer’s Block #004

Cure for Writer’s Block #004 Still looking for the cure for writer’s block? Hopefully, this will help. “She likes him, he likes her. Everyone knows. Except them.” Oh, the goodies you could write for this image. Have these two been friends for long? Have they just met? Are they dating other people? Is there some external conflict that is keeping ... Read More »

Cure for Writer’s Block #002

Cure for Writer’s Block #002 Sometimes, the most difficult thing about writing is just putting the pen to paper – or your fingers on the keyboard. Believe me, I know. But, when I came across this image on Tumblr, the ideas seemed to just come pouring out of me. So, I just wanted to return the favor.   Who do ... Read More »

Why Every Erotic Writer Should Self-Publish a Book

If you, as an erotic writer, self-publish an erotic book, you will stand out, make some money, grow your fan base, understand your erotic niche better and get a better handle on what readers want from you. Who is Self-Publishing For? Why Erotica Writers Should Self-Publish Material to Self-Publish Who is Self-Publishing For? Self-publishing is for anyone. Literally. Little to ... Read More »

Writing Prompt #002

Inspiration Through Writing Prompts In this post, I will present you with a writing prompt. Try to answer the prompt in 300 to 500 words. You can post your response as a comment, or you can write it in our forums. Not only will this get your creative juices flowing, but it should also give the Wicked With Ink community ... Read More »