What does Jerry Seinfeld have to do with staying sharp when it comes to your writing? What does it mean when you say that “the broadband starts to narrow the moment you stop”? And what does “breaking the glass” have to do with the price of tea in Korea?
They all tie in to an article by Corey Mandell that appeared on Screen Craft’s blog entitled “How to Stop Worrying and Start Writing.” If you find yourself overwhelmed by the writing process for both rational and irrational reasons, you might build a little confidence after reading this piece.
Also, if you want to learn how to take your writing to the next level and you happen to be in Toronto, sign up for the Professional Writers Association of Canada’s “How to Polish Your Prose So Editors Love You” workshop tomorrow, March 5, from 3-5 p.m. at Spadina and Bloor. Just $20 for non-PWAC members and you’re sure to learn a ton.