The struggle of every creative, fiction writer: coming up with new ideas. Here are a couple lists to keep those creative juices flowing.
Sure, the story is your foundation, but the characters are your walls, roof, and windows. Let's make them strong. Tips and tricks for days.
I became a bad writer. It doesn't take much to be one, but it also doesn't take much to be a better writer. Let's talk about both, and grow together.
You will be faced with hate, hate disguised as criticism, and criticism you feel is hate. Here is how to respond to a hate comment.
I have entered a writing competition. Let's talk about what you can expect when you're expecting... the results of a writing competition, that is.
Here is a list of things every writer should consider/do/attempt when going for traditional publication: The book needs to be finished before you start thinking about publication. With memoirs and some non-fiction, you don't necessarily have to have the book completed before you start querying. This is not the case at all with fiction. You … Continue reading Want to traditionally publish a fiction novel? Here are 10 things you need to know.
Query letters: what are they and why do I need them? We are here to find out. Find out what a query letter is and how to write one to get published.
I'm at this point in my life where I am constantly looking back. Back at old videos, back at old photos, back at old posts, etc. So here I am, back at this post. This was the first post I ever wrote and published on my blog. How ironic is it that the beginning was … Continue reading Where is “The End”
Hello everyone! This is technically a repost, but the old content was so useless (in my opinion), that there was no point in editing it or using it in any capacity. Instead, I want to pose a question, and maybe explore how some of the different tools we use to write change the way we … Continue reading Writing Mediums
Hello! Once again, I'm back with another repost/rewrite/thing. When I wrote this original post, I made it a point to say I was writing for others. I was writing for this selfless reason that made me look like such a giving, thoughtful artist. Yeah, that definitely wasn't the case then, and it definitely isn't the … Continue reading The Big Question: “Why?”