Amy Woolard took 10 years off from writing and got a law degree. Now she balances dual careers as a rising-star poet and child-welfare attorney (with a little help from Siri). Blog Helpful, Book Writing, Travel Blog, Schools Poets, Make Time, Writers Block, Writing Stuff, Better Writers, Travel Writers
Writers Can Do Anything William T. Vollmann, author of Last Stories and Other Stories, explains why he works by an assassin's credo: "Nothing is true; all is permissible." By Heart is a series in which authors share and discuss their all-time favorite passages in literature.
'It Has to Come to You': Why Jim Harrison Writes Patiently - Joe Fassler - The Atlantic
My candle burns at both ends; / It will not last the night; / But ah, my foes, and oh, my friends – / It gives a lovely light!. Edna St. Vincent Millay (Click for article: E. St. V. M.: The Poet as Rock Star - The Boston Globe)
How Keija Minor Became Editor in Chief of Brides Magazine :: Found this article VERY inspiring. No pulling the wool over readers' eyes, describes how difficult it actually CAN be to switch careers but how fulfilling it is if it's your passion.