4 publishing trends for 2019 and how you can use themNew year – new scare. New insecurities. New questions. Or more likely: the same old insecurities and questions. We all carry them into the new year: Will I be a better writer? Make more money? Will my creative business grow? Seeing the relevant trends and
You may have emerged with the elixir, but the storyteller's journey is a never-ending path of learning.
Behind the Scenes of the Book Prometheus Trailer Let me transport you into the craziest three days I have ever experienced. As a writer and film director, those exhausting, humorous and rewarding days were both torture and blessing. I learned lessons like: never walk through a highland forest by night (spoiler alert: it’s pitch dark)
Things in life often happen not the way we expect. Our plans are disrupted. Our expectations are disillusioned. The same happened to me while I was travelling the Azores this summer. It is a magical island full of treasures to discover, so naturally, there were many expectations. And as always in
How to recharge your creative well during the holidays The vacation you’ve been anticipating for months is finally here. You’re three days in, and you feel tired. Just tired. Can you identify? Sometimes I grow sick during the first days or am just tired after the holiday week instead of energized and filled
Israel is a different world. Full of history, fights, adventure, and depth. It inspired me in many ways. But mostly, it inspired me to look beyond the impossible and broaden my worldview. Our journey began at Lake Genezareth, like the calm before the storm. How can there be a storm on a lake? Mostly, the
Do creatives need a fitness journey? (plus my personal workout plan) Terrible stomach pains woke me in the morning hours before the alarm was due. I looked in the mirror and knew something in my life was off. I wanted to write. I wanted to be creative. But I was too tired.
10 creativity blogs that will take you to the next level I need my dose of inspiration. Daily. Yes, I’m a junkie. There were days where I thought I’d never make it as a writer. Days where I wanted to stay in bed, pitying myself. Those days are over. Why?