In my last post, we discussed the reality and myth of multitasking and the way it harms any attempt of being productive, especially in the times we’re living. Today I […]
It’s been a while since I last posted about Productivity for Writers, where we covered Coping in Part 1 and Grounding and Patience in Part 2 but, as you know, life gets in the way. So much has happened in recent months.So, today I want to focus on one simple thing that can make the difference in an unmanageable situation. I want to discuss a myth that many people believe about productivity: the myth of multitasking.
Last week, I started this series with a brief recount of the events that followed after COVID-19 was declared a pandemic and countries all over the world started taking measures […]
How COVID-19 Has Affected Our Way Of Life As a result of social-distancing, we’ve all been forced to change the way we live. We have either been staying home as […]
As we all have been forced to halt life as we knew it, and the spread of this deadly virus is ending so many lives, bringing so much chaos and […]
Showcasing our Published Work The highlights of the evening were our reading sessions that went on every hour. Most of us read snippets or extracts from our short stories. Doing a […]
This novel was my introduction to the legendary Jane Austen and I can honestly say that, as a storyteller, this marvellous author blew me away. The book has a simple […]
The Secret Life of Sarah Hollenbeck was a refreshing surprise. It’s a sweet story filled with some funny moments. It presents interesting plot movements and a well-constructed premise. The book […]
This is the first Gillian Flynn novel I read and it was a fun, though a slow, book to read. I think this author is a great storyteller and very […]
A Romance Anthology of heartwarming, fun tales about love published by Whispering Willow Press.