I've said it before and I'll say it at least a hundred more times: Writer's block is the bane of my existence. Knowing I need to put at least a couple words on paper but can't seem to connect with the characters I've become friends with over the past several months is a horrible experience. … Continue reading Got Writer’s Block? Check Out These Quick Prompts
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There are many reasons I decided to be my own publisher. Here are three of those reasons.
As a writer, you're your own worst critic. You put yourself out there, leaving yourself completely vulnerable. It makes sense that we want our work to be the best it can be. But, being your own worst critic, it's easy to let that voice in your head get the best of you and convince you … Continue reading What to Do When Your Writing Sucks: Overcoming Negative Thoughts
It's no surprise that writing every day is the best way to improve your craft. Although, no matter how new or seasoned of a writer you are, you may find yourself running into some writing challenges. One thing that I often experience is the words not quite flowing how I want them to. Suddenly, the … Continue reading Level up Your Writing in Four Easy Ways
2020 is finally nearing its close. The finish line is on the horizon, invigorating some to power through these next 4 weeks, all the while hoping 2021 brings a better state of the world. For many, there's one giant hurdle that we must all face before 2020 can make its grand finale: the holiday season. … Continue reading The Ultimate 2020 Holiday Gift Guide: Gifts for Readers, Writer, and Horror Nerds
If you've spent any amount of time online, especially on Twitter or any writing forum, you've probably heard of NaNoWriMo. While at first it may seem like a jumble of letters, I assure you that NaNoWriMo is far more than that. Let's take at what exactly NaNoWriMo is and how you can participate in this … Continue reading 30 Day Writing Challenge: NaNoWriMo
A few weeks—maybe months, who even knows anymore—back, I wrote a blog about starting a book in 15 minutes or less. In that, I talked about the importance of creating an outline. While I highly encourage you to check out the entire blog post, in a nutshell, I wrote that an outline is important because … Continue reading Outlining Made Easy: The Importance & How-To Guide
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