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The Habit Blog is the archive of The Habit Weekly. It is a trove of insight, wisdom, and practical advice on a variety of writing topics.

A Note to Mothers

In my job as proprietor of The Habit Membership, I hear from a lot of mothers who find it exceedingly hard to get creative work done. This is a letter of […]

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The Get-Well Card

In elementary school I had a friend named Donny—a small, double-jointed fellow who smelled of peanut butter. I remember him as having a fuzz-stache for as long as I knew […]

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Here Be Dragons

For lack of a better category, my Wilderking books get categorized as fantasy-adventure. In truth they’re more adventure-y than fantastical. I made a conscious choice to write “fantasy” stories without […]

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A Note to Mothers

In my job as proprietor of The Habit Membership, I hear from a lot of mothers who find it exceedingly hard to get creative work done. This is a letter of […]

Read More

The Get-Well Card

In elementary school I had a friend named Donny—a small, double-jointed fellow who smelled of peanut butter. I remember him as having a fuzz-stache for as long as I knew […]

Read More

Here Be Dragons

For lack of a better category, my Wilderking books get categorized as fantasy-adventure. In truth they’re more adventure-y than fantastical. I made a conscious choice to write “fantasy” stories without […]

Read More

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Writing with Caspian starts February 2.

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