Hello writer friends of the internet! Long time no see! If you haven’t yet heard, my debut novel, which I called #destiny17 for over a … Continue reading 6 Cliches and How You can Improve Them
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 me, characters are essential to a great story. They make the story what it is. They drive the plot and create conflict. They need … Continue reading Creating Characters: Archetypes and Cliches
Nothing is better than excitedly showing your Christian “homies” (don’t judge) your fresh new first draft of your finally finished epic fantasy. Although that excitement … Continue reading Christian Fantasy = Mutiny??
Hey, everyone! I’ve recently started a blog,?The Teenage Lexicon, for my writing. Because I love writing dialogue and have acquired lots of ideas and methods … Continue reading The Dialogue Diaries: Eavesdropping is Okay
I don’t know about anyone else, but I love astrology. I can research and study it for hours and I know my birth chart inside … Continue reading Exams.
On my personal blog, The Left-Handed Typist, I have shared some of my favorite books so that others can enjoy them the way I have. … Continue reading Books That … I Will Love Forever
That’s a good question. I wish someone actually knew the answer because I sure don’t. I’ve been revising Book One since the dawn of time. While that … Continue reading How Does One Revise a Novel?
Read. Write. Repeat It’s no secret that as a book blogger our lives are consumed by books. Researching books, buying books, reading books, reviewing books, … Continue reading Confessions of a book blogger
Writers spend a lot of time with just the company of their computer. It’s pretty necessary for what we want to achieve, and that’s to … Continue reading Research Isn’t Just About Google
Idea block is an inhumane block known to the superior mortals (also referred to as writers) as a deadly disease that doesn’t get enough attention … Continue reading The Harsh Reality of Idea Block