I learned a lot about myself last year, and I’m sharing it here with you in case it helps you move into the rest of 2020 feeling more confident and capable.
Author Catherine Labadie provides insight on staying on schedule and focused on your goals.
Learn more about author Catherine Labadie and her newly released book Long Wanes the Night as well as her journey and process.
Guest blogger Britt Laux offers insight about the creative process and the process of healing.
Sabina Lungeanu shares a brief interview about herself, her writing journey, and her newly released novel, Hiraeth.
Check out today’s guest post and hear from an author who found that music helps to get the creativity flowing!
If you’re looking for Facebook groups, Twitter #s, podcasts and more that are dedicated to writers, I’ve started compiling a list here for your reference.
Self editing is hard, but it is a vital step for your project, but also for you to improve your craft.
Looking for a fun way to collect the things that you hear and see every day that make you think, laugh, or want to write? Well check out this mixtape of words exercise that can allow you to do just that!
So much can happen in a year! But, how much do we stop and take note of before we move into the next year? Well, here I’m sharing my top lessons from 2019 and I’d love to hear about yours as well.
Falling behind for you NaNoWriMo word count? Here are three ways that I catch up when I put myself behind schedule ever year
NaNoWriMo is a crazy and hectic month for anyone trying to reach that 50k. But how do you make sure that the pursuit of that finish line doesn’t end up burning you out along the way? Check out some of these tips on pacing yourself this November.
Looking for a good way to amp up, play, connect, or just write your scenes? Why not start with scene goals and intentions? Today, I’m diving into what helps me to create scenes as I outline my book.
What makes the difference between a well-written character and a poorly-written one? Well here are some of the things my students said as well as tips to help you avoid the mistakes that many authors make when putting their characters into their stories.
Last week, I talked about different types of writing prompts in the hopes that it will help anyone looking for help getting ideas for their stories to realize that there are a ton of options out there for you. This week, I wanted to dive into a few helpful tips and tricks that I’ve learned… Continue reading Making Prompts Work for You