Jean Wilson Murray
Jean Wilson Murray has been writing non-fiction and teaching for over 30 years. She has several published non-fiction books, but is now expanding into fiction, specifically historical novels set in the U.S.
From my website
What inspires you to write, to write better, to write more? For me, it seems there are three reading experiences that inspire me: reading great writing, reading interesting stories, and reading writing how-to books. In this post, I’m going to … Continue reading →
Stories are everywhere around us, and they weave together to make up a huge part of our lives. I watched a TED presentation by Karen Thompson Walker about fear in which Walker, the author of a novel about the whaleship … Continue reading →
You are a writer and you want to be an author. But you may be sabotaging your success from fear. Remember the famous quote by Franklin Roosevelt: “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself” I never really … Continue reading →