Scribblers' Guild

Memories to Memoirs

Writing Groups – Getting Your Muse on Track

Joining or Setting up a Writer’s Accountability Group If there’s a writing group in your area, you can ask to join.  There are so many benefits to being part of a group of like-minded writers — camaraderie, skills development, brainstorming and support.  Some groups are exclusive, but many are not, so it’s worth inquiring.  If you can’t find one to join, you might consider starting […]

Writer’s Block – When Your Muse Goes A.W.O.L.

How accountable are you?  Are you self-motivated?  A self-starter?  Or are you like most of us, beating yourself up because you have writer’s block, your muse is off on vacation somewhere and you just don’t feel inspired to write today? This Week’s Blog Post is Personal   I have to admit, I’m just as afflicted with the “procrastination gene” as anyone, but I’ve learned a few […]

The Great Mistake…What Were Your Life Lessons?

Life Lessons or Failures? Do you recall your biggest mistake?  Your greatest failure?  How did it impact you and what knowledge did you gain from it?  How did you react?  What would you do differently now? In life, our biggest failures can often lead to our greatest triumphs.  We tell ourselves, if I hadn’t made that mistake or if a particular event hadn’t happened, I […]

Your Personality Type – Do You Know Who You Are?

Who are you?  What motivates you?  What stops you in your tracks?  What’s your biggest fear?  Your most pressing need?  Your most debilitating pain or emotional wound?  What lights you up, turns you on, gives you joy?  Do you know your own psychology and personality type? The answers to these questions are the ones which form the basis of your beliefs, values, moral code and […]