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
Rejection is a big topic in the writing world. Getting over the fear of your writing being rejected. Rejected by your friends, family, publishers, critics, … Continue reading Own Your Words: How to Deal with Being Embarrassed by Your Old Writing
As you near the end of that draft or near the end of that round of edits, you want nothing more than to plow through … Continue reading The Importance of Taking Things Slow
It is offically summer for most of us! Schools out, and now we have all of that extra time to finish that book..only we don’t … Continue reading Summer Writing Program?!
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
We all know that the Internet has quite a few benefits when it comes to writing. But researching and blogging are not the only ones … Continue reading How to Correctly use the Internet as a Writer
I’m a goal oriented person. I work best with a deadline and a list of goals that I want to accomplish. Since today is the … Continue reading Creating Monthly Goals
Hello, fellow earthlings. Before we venture into these glorius discoveries, I must first state that this is not a physics lesson. Even if the definition … Continue reading The Law of Conservation of Energy
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.
(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
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