Looking for some new authors to follow. One's that not only have great stories to tell but give back to the writing community. Check out this months post of Authors that Inspire.
I've been on both sides of the spectrum. When I was posting on Wattpad I wrote thousands of words and popped out multiple chapters every day. They weren't edited and their no longer available, but I did that. It also caused me burn out so bad that I took a year off. Not that I'm … Continue reading Writing Everyday Vs. Not
Authors That Inspire (Chuck Wendig) So, there's so many authors out there. You find them on Twitter, YouTube, Tumbler. Etc. Etc. Literally, everywhere and most of them are just posting about their daily lives, what's coming next in their career, and that absolutely adorable pet picture they captured while being distracted. (Not dissing pictures of … Continue reading Authors That Inspire (Chuck Wendig)
2019 in a nutshell 2019 was an interesting year. I can honestly say nothing really exciting happened and something exciting did happen. Let me break that down a bit for you because I know I've lost a few people there. Personal life wise, nothing exciting happened. I wrote my stories, posted videos and worked on … Continue reading 2019 in a nutshell
One thing we all think about when we first start writing is that perfect schedule. How we would run our days if we were to become full time writers. So here's a run down list of what my ideal schedule could be. (Or would be if I buckled down and actually stuck to this kind … Continue reading The Perfect Writing Day
There's a long lists of how to edit your story. What steps need to be taken to get from point A to B and I can focus on those things in a later blog. Lord knows I've been through those trenches enough to know a thing or two about surviving. I believe there's a whole … Continue reading Favorite Editing Tools
Querying can be tough. Writing a short, maybe three paragraph, explanation of your 500 page book sounds like an impossible tasks. How are you supposed to get all the super cool characters and plot points that made the book worth writing squeezed into three paragraphs? The problem is, you don't. You take your main character, … Continue reading The Process of Querying: Tools I’ve Used and How It’s Going.
When you've put so much time and effort into something and you hit a wall, you can either push through, remind yourself that you can do anything that you put your mind to, and more often than not you do wind up pushing through to the end. But what happens if … Continue reading Giving up isn’t the easy way out (also this isn’t me giving up…)
I know it's been a hot minute since I last posted on here. My apologizes in advance. I focused a bit on my youtube channel, which I ask that you check out for more content. I've also been focusing on writing and querying and that seems to take up a good bit of my time. So, … Continue reading UPDATES AND ANNOUNCEMENTS!!!
Of course it would in the shortest month of the year that I manage to complete 80% of my to do lists. Especially since most of the time I manage to only check off maybe one or two items and everything else tends to gets pushed forward to the next month. Maybe. Hopefully. There in … Continue reading Marching Goals