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
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??
Love triangles are common in books. Especially YA books with romance (duh). Just because they’re common, lots of people argue that they’re?clich?. While I agree … Continue reading Why I Don’t Hate Love Triangles
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)
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
This guest post was written by James Blake, team leader and senior contributor at orderessay.org. He manifests traits of a Type A person –ambitious, competitive, and … Continue reading 5 Writing Myths Debunked
Spring-boarding off Irma’s recent post “Should you count words,” I want to address ideal lengths for your writing. The standard break down by word count … Continue reading Lengthy Standards // How Long Should Your Manuscript Be?
The media is filled with memes about writer’s block, posts describing it, and guides on how to cure it. People treat it as if it is … Continue reading Crushing the Myth of “Writer’s Block”