Scriptarum Ritualis: The Writing Rituals of A.P. Miller

Full disclosure: I’m pretty sure the Latin in the blog title is incorrect. In fact, I’m certain of it. It might not even be Latin, but creative license says that I might get a pass on it. To make things even more succinct, if suspending linguistic disbelief is not an option, I’ll even go so far to say that I wrote this blog using an ancient dialect from an alternate timeline. There!

For this week’s blog, I wanted to share my writing rituals. A ritual, with a traditionally negative or occultist connotation, is nothing more than a series of habits observed for the sake of achieving a desired outcome. Some religious folks are hoping to procure divine favor, others enlightenment, I am hoping to produce high quality creative works.

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Power Tools: Trello

In taking the most active approach to my writing career as I can, I’ve opted to look at my creative activity as a business, a profit generating enterprise. An essential aspect to any business, especially one that runs on cycles of creation and consumption, project management is crucial to the operation. For this week’s blog, I wanted to share one of my favorite project management tools: Trello.

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Getting Things Done – A.P. Miller’s Favorite Productivity Tools

A few weeks ago, I blogged that I wanted you to know that I suffer from Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD). I did that to bring awareness to the affliction, but hopefully so that people would understand why I’m so scatterbrained sometimes. Despite having ADD, I manage my daily life just fine, it just requires a little more effort on my part. For this week’s blog, I wanted to share some of my favorite tools that I use to keep myself on task. Continue reading “Getting Things Done – A.P. Miller’s Favorite Productivity Tools”