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
Are you looking to escape the horrors of the real world that seem to be all around us lately? If so, I have just what you're looking for. Lost Girls, my first novel was published just over one year ago with a major cliffhanger. Finally, you'll learn the truth about Felicity Walker and Brady Parker. Recently … Continue reading How to Escape the Horrors of the Real World
Who ever thought that Twitter could help you become a stronger writer. Keep reading to find out how!
Last month I proposed the question to my newsletter readers: What questions do you have for me? One of my followers asked me what my main drive is when I'm creating characters and plot. The short answer is that I want to create realistic, relatable characters in a plot that's fresh and unexpected. How do … Continue reading How I Create Characters & Plots
I love writing, and I love editing. That is, I love those things separately. Maybe it's just because I'm too wrapped up in my writing to find grammatical errors on the first, second, and even the nth time I go to edit, but for whatever reason, I still find endless spelling and grammatical errors. Worst … Continue reading The Pros & Cons of Grammarly