Getting into a state of creative flow is essential to the writing process. Here are a few factors that help me find my flow.
I’ve participated in Nanowrimo every year since 2006, so I’m no stranger to fast-drafting a novel. One of the great concepts Nanowrimo introduced me to is the idea of word sprints, and I’ve been able to use word sprints outside of Nanowrimo in order to fast draft novels any time of year.
This Wednesday's prompt is a great one for exploring character.
Most of the time, my 3 on a themes are books with similar elements that I read at almost the same time. Nearly a year later I finally found a third book to complete this one!
feel like I'm finally back up to pre-pandemic reading levels, and we're halfway through 2020, which means... time to do a reading round-up!
It's always so amazing to me when I read several books in a row with a similar element. Recently, I read three books that all involved snakes!
Back in June 2018, I began posting a fanfiction-turned-original story called Waiting Room to Wattpad. Since then, it has reached over 1 million reads and as of today is part of Wattpad's Paid Stories program!
This Book Riot post made me start thinking about my reading rules and what they say about me. 1. Never crack the spine. When I was in middle school, I had a friend who would grab the brand-new paperback I was reading out of my hands and crack the spine. It was horrifying. I don't … Continue reading my reading rules
Just for fun, I'm listing ten of my Top Tens. Here we go!
Some successes are so small you might ignore them. And some small successes at that opportune time can feel like a massive breakthrough! Here I wanted to share a list of various little successes anyone can achieve in their writing journey.