Columns on the craft of writing.
I've been listening on YouTube to a variety of classical pieces from an assortment of orchestras and artists. Earlier today, I listened to a clip of Beethoven sonatas played by pianist Angela Hewitt. It mixes commentary with performance. The clip is relatively short, under 10 minutes. Near the end, she talks about the creative process with regards to performing for a recording that I found resonated in a cross-format approach that was cogently instructive.
This month's column's going to be rather short. This is for a variety of reasons, not the least of them being me having to write a bunch of short articles under a tight deadline. Still have one left. In the middle of that, I got a reminder from Editor Jim, so…
When I initially joined the MWSA I was thrilled with the support I received as well as all the well-wishes from established members/writers. I had given birth to a small book and it was well received. The encouragement enabled me to push the boundaries of my dream. Writing was not new to me; sharing was. A life filled with a variety of experiences provided fertile soil for the furrows I have plowed since. I never judged personal successes in my various endeavors, just the failures. I told those closest to me that I am not a writer until I have written two books.
Project Management History Lessons:
by Paul Bruno