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
We all had it, its basically the mark of the writer. The… inner-editor. This well-known pest often stops writers from being as productive as they … Continue reading Ways To Be More Productive
I swear this lil baby WIP does not know what it wants to be. Or maybe it is me forcing it to be something it … Continue reading Why Do Things Keep Changing?
If you’re not having fun, then you’re doing it wrong. I cherish my time working on a first draft because honestly, anything goes. Do you … Continue reading First Drafts Should Be Fun
(First of all, I want to say Hi! I don’t know if any of you noticed, but I haven’t posted anything or been active here … Continue reading My editing process in steps
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?
There are many factors into why I haven’t started writing my own blog yet, but a couple of them are self-doubt and worry. I’m not … Continue reading Blogging Your Book?
So I participated in Camp NaNo for the month of April. Not only that, but I started two weeks early with some friends. Goal for … Continue reading I Failed NaNoWriMo (and I’m glad)
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
You’re sitting down to write your book. You have your first chapter written, but then… you realise that your MC learns nothing in the next … Continue reading POV’s- The Write Way?
:DISCLAIMER: This is my writing process, feel free to follow it, but I understand it does not work for everyone. 🙂 T H E I … Continue reading A Walkthrough of the Writing Process
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