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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Is the infamous blank page holding you back from starting your next book? If so, check out these quick tips to starting your book in 15 minutes or less today!
So, you've just finished writing an amazing book. You couldn't be more proud of this major accomplishment. You couldn't be more excited to share it with the rest of the world. If you're like me and have chosen the self-publishing route in life, you may find yourself stuck as to what goes on that dreaded back cover. … Continue reading How To Write A Killer Book Blurb In 3 Easy Steps
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
Being a writer is hard. Having writer's block is harder. Here's how to overcome it in 5 minutes.