As many of you may or may not know, on top of writing and working on this blog, I also have a full-time job that pays my bills. This means that a lot of the time during the day is taken up, and I don't have a lot of time to dedicate to my craft. … Continue reading Tips for Writing with a Full Time Job
Welcome to part three of the “How I outline” Series. If you haven’t check out part one, which covers plot, you can click HERE to check it out. If you are interested in learning how I develop characters you can check out part two by clicking HERE. Today I will be focusing on world building. … Continue reading How I Outline: World Building
This is part two of my “How I Outline” Series. If you haven’t read my first post where I talk about plot, you can check it out by clicking HERE. Today I am going to talk about how I develop my characters. As I mentioned in my last post, most of this is done alongside … Continue reading How I Outline: Characters
Welcome to part one of my “How I outline series”! Over the next three week leading up to NaNoWriMo and I will posting the method I use for outlining. I will cover the three major areas of my outlining method; plot, characters and world building. At the end of this series I will include … Continue reading How I Outline: Plot
Something that every write experiences while working on a project is the attack of a shiny new idea. Whether it is a dream, or something inspires you while you are driving down the road, one way or another you will have an amazing idea for a new story, but what are you suppose to do? … Continue reading Attack of the Shiny New Idea
This week I decided to talk about something that has been plaguing me the last couple of months. It’s something that I think most writers deal with at some point in their writing careers, and that is the writing slump. Now before you click out, let me say that there is a difference between writer’s … Continue reading Conquering the Writing Slump.
So march turned out to be a pretty bad writing month for me. I only managed to write just a little over 4,000 words, putting my current work in progress just under 15,000 words. I am not to worried about this however, since there was a pretty good reason as to why I didn’t get … Continue reading March Wrap Up and April Goals
Hello, everyone! So I came across this tag after watching Kim Chance’s video over on YouTube (which you can check out by clicking HERE if you haven’t seen it) and decided to give this tag a shot myself. Get ready to learn more about my life as a writer. 1. What do you eat or … Continue reading The Writer’s Life Tag
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.
So when I posted my writing update a few weeks ago, I mentioned that would be doing a post about my word count tracker, and here it is. Be forewarned, it is a pretty short post, but it is also a pretty simple tracking method. So as I mentioned before I originally got this idea … Continue reading How I Track My Writing