𝕀 𝕙𝕒𝕧𝕖 𝕘𝕠𝕒𝕝𝕤, 𝕒𝕟𝕪𝕨𝕒𝕪. Specifically, these are writing goals during the pandemic that I’m working toward. Despite COVID-19, quarantine, bouts… Read more Writing Goals during the Pandemic
Cue the collective groans. Writer’s block can be horrible, and I’ve been fighting it all year. So, this week’s blog… Read more 5 Tips for Fighting Writer’s Block
If you’re a writer, you know what I mean. There’s a great idea floating around in your head, but- you’re… Read more Working with Writing Muses
It’s been a while since I went behind the scenes. And for this week, I want to dive into writing… Read more Writing the Book: Frankenstein & the Phoenix
Receiving edits is hard. Which is why this week’s post is about tips for working with editors. Did you know… Read more Tips for Working with Editors
Of course your story belongs to you. But that’s different from owning your story. That requires more than copyright. You… Read more Owning Your Story
I get it. Writing history into fiction is a super cool idea. But, there’s a tiny problem. How do I… Read more Writing History into Fiction
Oh friends, what have I done? I agreed to do the NanoWriMo 2019 Writing Challenge. Oh dear. What’s NanoWriMo, you… Read more The NanoWriMo 2019 Writing Challenge
Some surprises you can kind of see coming. Others hit you out of nowhere. Don’t be afraid of them. Let the unexpected surprise you. See it all as an opportunity.
I often notice how my frustration affects my writing. Like a distorted camera lens, my thoughts become warped. I can’t quite focus. What I write is never quite right in my mind. The internal compass of my mind starts to lose course.