A Writer’s Life: Method To Your Radness

(This column is posted at www.StevenSavage.com and Steve’s Tumblr) My friend Serdar had opinions on my recent halfway-point review/light rewrite of “A Bridge To The Quiet Planet.” Namely, he was surprised at the ambition, as he says: Sometimes you can put … Continue reading

A Writer’s View: Flowing Back And Forth

(This column is posted at www.StevenSavage.com and Steve’s Tumblr) As I write “A Bridge To The Quiet Planet” I keep discovering more about it.  Perhaps I find a theme that I missed or that should be incorporated into the story.  Or … Continue reading

A Writer’s View: System Thinking

(This column is posted at www.StevenSavage.com and Steve’s Tumblr) This Tweet got me thinking: Neat idea for a creative person, right?  Tracking their creative stages?  It’s a good example of a creative person finding a way to work with their inspiration … Continue reading

A Writer’s View: Pitches And Product

(This column is posted at www.StevenSavage.com and Steve’s Tumblr) Lately Serdar was commenting on the use of pitches in our writing.  I tend to love making them, and he calls out my current work, “A Bridge To The Quiet Planet” which … Continue reading

A Writer’s View: Audience Interest

(This column is posted at www.StevenSavage.com and Steve’s Tumblr) One of the things I always worry about my return to writing is “will people want to read my work?”  My friend Serdar has analyzed this in one of his blog posts … Continue reading

My Agile Life: Trust

(This column is posted at www.StevenSavage.com, Steve’s LinkedIn, and Steve’s Tumblr) More on my use of “Agile” and Scrum in my life! This one actually gets into my writing – and someone else’s writing.  And work.  Let’s get to it. So … Continue reading