I’ve been talking about my bookshelves and how I organize my books with my girl friends lately. As always, I’m the odd one out as I like to place my books by how much I like them and there are always two authors that hold a shrine-like place on my shelves. Reading books has been… Read More Two Must Read Fantasy Authors
In this day and age, technology can be a writer’s best friend. While it’s easy to get lost in the dark depths of internet research and the battlefield that is social media, there are some nifty apps and sites out there that you really should be utilizing! Cold Turkey Cold Turkey is an app that… Read More Five Free Apps and Sites for Writers
Dungeons and Dragons, or table top role playing games, have kind of taken over my life. As it stands, I’m taking part in over four games as we speak. One is in the works, one just began, one is on hold, and one is run by my husband. I’m even planning a month long horror… Read More Why You Should be Watching Critical Role
Specifically, Another Gender The other day I was browsing a Facebook group for writers and came across a woman asking how she should write from a man’s POV. While I can quickly get overwhelmed by the sheer number of people in these groups, one response set me off. She basically said to write from a… Read More Writing from Another View Point
Kahdri, Temeni, Kithandra, Sareana… Adrienne’s father taught her the names of the stars, but she thought them a child’s fairy tale full of myth, wonders, and lies. It isn’t until Adrienne travels to a far off library, hidden at the distant reaches of humanity, that she sees the names encircling the constellations on a mural… Read More My Project: Starlight
I’ve covered quite a bit of territory in character and plot, but I haven’t actually told you how to get any of it off the ground. The task may seem daunting at first. It’s an entire book, you tell me. I say, you got this. The minimum length for a novel is 50,000 words. Whoa,… Read More Five Steps to Writing Your First Novel
One morning, a thought occurred to me. I was part of all these groups for authors and writers, but I didn’t feel like my voice could be heard among the hundreds and thousands of other writers. These groups were supposed to help, but I was unable to make any real connection with them or the… Read More A Community of Writers!
Discalimer: What works for me may not always work for you. Spend time getting to know how you work and better learn the things that will help you reach your goals. To pay the bills without having to travel long distances to work, I took up the profession of ghostwriting at the beginning of the… Read More Four Simple Steps to Knock Out Huge Word Count Goals