This blog began as personal diary of my work life, intended for friends and family who were constantly asking me the well-meaning/incredibly paralyzing question, “How’s your writing going?”
Over time, it evolved from a record of my work to a coaching mechanism for it—the more I blogged about how and what I wrote, the more I wrote, and better. As my productivity increased, my career goals broadened: in early 2006, I opened shop as a freelance editor. A few years later, I started writing TV and screenplay projects.
Obviously, as my writing evolved, so did this blog. I hope it now serves not just as a sort of newsletter for friends and family, but a source of help and encouragement for other writers struggling to work through projects of their own.