We aren't born perfect writers. Creative writing, like any skill, requires plenty of practice. Let's talk about some of the ways you can practice writing.
Outlines aren't typically for a pantser, but maybe there is an alternative way to keep you on track. Let's talk about it.
While it is important to focus as much of my time on the novel as possible, it's just as important to continue writing and submitting. Let's talk about why.
Book clubs: they're great for readers, of course, but what about writers? Well, I joined a book club. Here's what I learned.
Spoiler alert! Word counts are very important. Let's talk about why, and I'll give you some of my general rules and goals for word counts.
Every writer that has ever written should set goals for themselves, whether they be daily, weekly, monthly, etc. Why? Let's talk about that.
All you need to do to be a writer is to write, but to be a successful writer? That takes a lot more than just writing. Let's talk about that.
Social media is a powerful tool on every writer's tool belt, but with this power comes great responsibility. Let's talk about how to use it responsibly.
Good writers need good discipline to actually write and finish a novel. However, can that same discipline actually stunt our growth as writers? Let's talk.
Rejection letters are inevitable, but they aren't a death sentence for your work. Keep writing and keep submitting. Let's talk.