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
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
Working on my book has always been #1. A friend texts me? I ignore it. My family calls me to eat dinner? I try to … Continue reading Why Writing has Fallen Lower on My Priorities List
How to write a love story: Part one. Before you start writing, ask yourself this: What kind of love story are you wanting to … Continue reading HOW TO WRITE A LOVE STORY?
I could start breaking into song here. There are *ahem* 10,000 reasons for 10,000 years and forever more for me not to, however (all my … Continue reading the 10,000 challenge
I’m writing this at school…during study period…at the very back of the classroom. This is what happens when I procrastinate on blog posts. PRIORITIES, am … Continue reading Completing the First Draft
Right now, it is Monday. The day before a day I’ve been dreading forever: freshman year. By the time you will be reading this post … Continue reading How New Experiences can Benefit Your Writing
Ah, childhood. The wonderful, peaceful, completely unstressful ?part of everyone?s life, right? Because, can you remember even one time in your early childhood that you … Continue reading Why Child Leads are So Misunderstood
To be honest, I think it’s a little silly how us writers take one large project and divide it into mini sections. I can see … Continue reading When is Draft #1 Done?
I’m going to spring off of @immortalis’s latest post about relationship subplots. After reading her post, I realized that one of my subplots in the … Continue reading When Book Characters Fall Apart…
So…I just got back from the airport (my family dropped my cousin off) and I’m running on little sleep. I haven’t done anything today except … Continue reading Secondary Characters: Do They Need a Spotlight?