I am fortunate enough to work at a job that allows me to wear headphones while working. I enjoy using this time to listen to podcasts and have found a few writing-related ones. So I figured I would share some of my favorites! Writing Excuses This podcast is hosted by Brandon Sanderson, Mary Robinette Kowal, … Continue reading Favorite Writing Podcasts
I saw Jenna Moreci do this tag over on her YouTube channel, and I thought it would be the perfect way to celebrate the Halloween! If you want to check out the rules and questions yourself, you can check out the original post over on Tumblr by clicking HERE. Winslow Asylum is a young adult … Continue reading All Hallow’s Write Tag
We are in the last quarter before the end of the year. For the past few months now I have been trying to focus on monthly goals. To put it simply, it hasn’t been working as well as I would hope it would. So for the last part of the year, I am going to … Continue reading Fall 2017 Quarterly Goals
Since I did a Top 5 Wednesday Prompt on Sunday, I decided to take a crack at a different prompt this week. Word Bound is a weekly writing prompt created by Kristina Horner and is focused on getting people to write more, something that I desperately need to do myself. This is actually an older … Continue reading Embarrassing Stories I have Written.
Disclaimer: I am NOT affiliated with any of the people or products listed below. I do not receive anything by you clicking the links, these are simply people and products that I personally enjoy and think others will enjoy as well. So after being away from the blogging scene for a few weeks, I decided that … Continue reading Top 5 Wednesday: Current Non-Book Favorites.
I am a little late jumping on to the bandwagon, but between getting married recently, and working a part time job things have been pretty hectic where I live. That doesn’t matter however; the important thing is that I am here, and it is officially 2017! With the start of a new year, it means … Continue reading Most Anticipated Releases 2017
The time is here. It is Halloween, and more importantly it is NaNoWriMo eve. Tomorrow millions of writers all over the world will begin their writing journey over the course of the next thirty days; however, every great explorer knows if they plan on completing their adventure then they will need a survival kit. So … Continue reading NaNoWriMo Survival Kit
Now we are getting into the nitty gritty. We have collected all of our ideas by either brain dumping, brain storming, or both; now, it is time to put all of that information into an outline that we can use as a map during our NaNoWriMo adventure. The only problem with this is there are … Continue reading NaNoPrep #2: The Outline
Yesterday we covered brain dumping, which is the act of taking the ideas from your brains and placing them down onto paper for later reference; but, what if you don’t have any ideas, to begin with? Perhaps you didn’t generate enough ideas during your brain dumping stage leaving you little to work within your outline. … Continue reading NaNoPrep #1.5: Brainstorming
So about a year ago I discovered the lovely Jenna Moreci, author of Eve the Awakening, over on YouTube where I was introduced to her version of monthly/yearly goals, which were quarterly goals. For those of you not familiar with quarterly goals, you basically divide the year up into four quarters with each quarter consisting … Continue reading Quarterly Goals: Summer 2016