Often us writer folk will want to write about something that interests us, but we have next to no knowledge on the topic. Whether we … Continue reading HOW TO: Write About The Things You’re Clueless About
Last time, we discussed about “How to find an ORIGINAL idea in this world?” that helped us to identify our ‘own’ ideas and the ‘borrowed … Continue reading World Building! – How to Create a World of your Dreams?
I’ve seen many people ask on the internet: How do I know if I’m a writer? These are five signs I found in myself and … Continue reading Five signs you are a writer
Thoughts on Setting For me, the past week was spent in Orlando, Florida with my family. Man, did I think it was beautiful there! Sunshine, … Continue reading Balancing the Complexity of Contemporary Setting
Hey Teen Authors, So, basically I’ve got my finals coming up in about three days and I’ve got a crazy portion yet to be completed. But … Continue reading The struggle of being an aspiring author!
I probably spend more time watching YouTube videos on writing than I do actually writing, but all those videos are more than helpful to us … Continue reading WriterTube: Who To Watch
There comes a time when we close the book that we are reading, and say to ourselves “Writing is so simple! you just have to … Continue reading How to find an ORIGINAL IDEA in this World?
All of my novels – except for the longest one – has been completed (the first draft) within a month, one of them in just … Continue reading How to write a novel in 30 days
Being a teenager is hard. Being a teenage writer is even harder. Between high school, friendships, relationships and a whole lot of other shit going … Continue reading Crazy Author Rant
Every creative requires inspiration. The greatest resource is unquestionably the world around us. If you are not seeing and I mean really seeing the world … Continue reading Finding Inspiration In the Details of Life
Whenever my friends ask me what I’m up to, I always reply with the same response: “I’m working on my website.” I have spent countless … Continue reading How My LACK of Writing Actually HELPED Me!
Ah, the bane of every writer’s existence: naming your characters. An extensive plot and coinciding subplots, subtle symbolism, and quirky dialogue may come extremely easy … Continue reading The No-Stress Naming Process