A former president is assassinated. Rocky is disowned by members of his family. Uncommon heroism is sullied by the most powerful man in the world.
Whether you’re just starting out or you need one more push to get you over the top, two things are for certain – a kick-ass writer never quits, and Chuck Wendig won’t let you down in this high-octane guide to becoming the writer you were born to be.
My grandfather self-published this novel in 1980, based on his own experiences in 1961 in Alaska. He passed away 25 years ago and I’ve been thrilled to bring his book into the 21st century for the 40th anniversary re-issue!
And here we are in September already! In addition to everything else, I’ve continued to work with Shannon Parks on fiction narration, and I also produced an online Shakespeare workshop with veteran and rookie actors! No moss growing over here.
For the next 30 days, you’ll have a short chapter with instruction, advice, tips, and your assignment for the following day – everything you need get started and keep going. By the end of 30 days, you’ll be meditating for five minutes a day. See? Easy.
A day of celebration and dedication to the heroes and survivors of 9/11 is suddenly disrupted by a long-planned terrorist attack.
There’s a reason two-thirds of organizational change initiatives are unsuccessful and an estimated $2 trillion is wasted on change each year: change efforts are largely one-dimensional. Now, Change (the) Management brings a second dimension to the conversation.
Kent State University, 1969. Senior Matt Kubik is having a groovy time trying to find true love and avoid the Vietnam War.
A paradigm-shifting instant classic in the making that challenges our assumptions about change by encouraging us to understand and embrace our resistance to it.