If you’re reading this blog post, you’re probably already familiar with National Novel Writing Month, or NaNoWriMo for short. (If you aren’t, NaNo is an … Continue reading To NaNo or Not to NaNo?
Hello Authors of the Internet! It’s that time of year again. November is almost upon us, and with November, comes NaNoWriMo! If you happen to … Continue reading NaNo 2017 Prep
To my English teacher, if you happen to be reading this—I have no grudge against your class in particular. In fact, I think you are … Continue reading English is My Least Favorite Class
The End. Those are probably two of the most satisfying words you will ever write. (Unless you’re like me and you’re writing a trilogy, and … Continue reading The End (And How to Get There)
The main reason I decided to write this post was because this was the first question that popped into lil’ Audrey’s head as soon as … Continue reading Is Your Book Idea Any Good?
In my previous post, I mentioned the phrase “tools of writing.” In this post, I’ll address one of these said tools: dialogue. Dialogue is (arguably) … Continue reading Tools of Writing: Dialogue
Two days ago, I got back into something called vocaloid. My favorite anime YouTuber mentioned a specific song, and I thought I would go check … Continue reading A Song that Changed EVERYTHING About My Writing
As a writer currently down in the query trenches, there is no other feeling like the excitement and terror you simultaneously feel every time you … Continue reading Dealing with Rejection
Readers like to read about two types of things: 1: Things they can relate to. 2: Things that excite them. Most of us writers know … Continue reading How to Keep Readers Engaged
“Oh yes! Oh man, this is gonna be epic!” “Ew, no. I’ll just skip that part for now and write them later.” For some reason, … Continue reading What Makes a Scene Fun to Write?
Ah, September. A month full of changing leaves, weather that isn’t absurdly hot or cold, warm drinks, and… less writing time because of school. Oh … Continue reading How To Start A Creative Writing Club: Advice From Someone Who’s Done It
(sighs) Here we go: story time with melissa I’ve always been a scaredy-cat. Trust me, I was not the friend luring the rest to go … Continue reading Why Being a Scaredy-Cat Improves Your Writing