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
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
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
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
Whether you’ve already started school or haven’t, I hope your school year is absolutely amazing. I start tomorrow. I’m taking a break from all my … Continue reading Hear Me Out . . . Your Summer Work Was Beneficial
Whether you’re writing a serious novel set to be published or just having fun by writing whatever comes to mind, whenever it comes to your … Continue reading Things to keep reminding yourself-To add some positivity to your day
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?
So, I’m sitting here eating frozen yogurt (homemade vanilla, with at least 2 tons of fresh strawberries and a nila wafer to top), thinking about … Continue reading The Trash Bin (And Why It Should ALWAYS Remain Empty)
THE WAYS OF WRITING – BY AMANDA SUMRALL Today’s post is about Ways of Writing, Of course, there are 100 of ways to write or … Continue reading The Ways Of Writing (Part One)
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