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.
Today’s Author Spotlight features author (and mom of three) Britt Laux. Learn more about her, her life, and her books!
Guest blogger Britt Laux offers insight about the creative process and the process of healing.
Guest blogger Shari Bethea shares tips and tricks to keep yourself motivated while trying to achieve your goals.
My NaNo 2019 went a little different than I thought it would, but thanks to Susan Dennard’s Magical Cookies, I found myself loving my work every step of the way.
Today’s guest post is all about writing coaches. What do they do? Do you need one? How do you find one? Guest blogger Laura Buckley answers these questions and more!
As writers, we can mirror our writing process with athletic training. I encourage you to implement the following five tips into your writing. You might surprise yourself with a Personal Record as you write your Work In Progress!
Sabina Lungeanu shares a brief interview about herself, her writing journey, and her newly released novel, Hiraeth.
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, here’s a great list to get you started on some really fun romance novels.
Check out today’s guest post and hear from an author who found that music helps to get the creativity flowing!
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.
Did you know that your environment can actually help you be more creative or get out of a rut in your work? Check out some ideas about how to shake that creativity loose by changing your environment.
Falling behind for you NaNoWriMo word count? Here are three ways that I catch up when I put myself behind schedule ever year