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
Love triangles are common in books. Especially YA books with romance (duh). Just because they’re common, lots of people argue that they’re cliché. While I agree … Continue reading Why I Don’t Hate Love Triangles
A few weeks ago, when I began binge-watching Daredevil, a couple episodes in they introduced a character named Wilson Fisk. Being a pretty big superhero … Continue reading Grey Villains are Good Villains
Okay, I’ve been meaning to do this post for awhile, but I’ve been putting it off because, well, it’s a bit embarrassing that I ever … Continue reading The Perils of Basing Characters on People
Hello Fellow Authors ! I hope all of you are having an amazing writing time. Well, recently I was interviewed by an amazing yet hilarious … Continue reading @Iva: TAJ Author Interview!
and how to deal with it. The thing I have struggled with the most during the process of writing my story is constantly feeling discouraged. Losing … Continue reading Being Discouraged.
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?
It is something that every writer wants to achieve: Evoking our audience’s emotions when they are reading our books. Especially having actual tears run down … Continue reading How To Perfectly Write Emotional Scenes
Did I just use a cliché in my blog post title? Yes. Yes, I did. I am late posting this. It’s 3pm on Thursday, April … Continue reading Better Late Than Never // Your Words Matter
I’m a young teen who writes books during her free time. I’m not a professional, nor am I some kind of all-knowing beast. Whenever I tell … Continue reading Don’t Take My Advice—Sincerely, a Novice
This past week, I have gotten the best feedback-slash-compliment that one of my readers has ever given me: “Your writing is very genuine.” It took … Continue reading The Secret to Authenticity
So for some reason, I thought that working on two novels for camp would be a good idea. Well, so far it has been. I … Continue reading Writing Two Novels at Once // Camp NaNo Entry #2