Writers will never run out of stories to tell

After every concert I go to, I notice more how artists are all different—unique—even if they play the same songs. For example, no one ever sings "Sittin' On The Dock Of The Bay" the same way. They all put their own twists and spins on it. If you don't believe me, try it. Click on … Continue reading Writers will never run out of stories to tell

To writers who believe they are slow learners or that they are behind

It doesn't matter how long it takes you to get there. Just the fact that you get there is worth it.

It’s been a while…

It's been a while since I've reminded you of something important: It's alright if you need a day off. It's okay if you feel the need to write ten pages or more. No matter what, if you are determined, you will do it. Whatever your goal with writing is, it will happen. You can do … Continue reading It’s been a while…

Biggest writer worry

As a writer, I don't like looking back on my old writings. Something that seemed like wonders when I wrote it could feel like trash when I go back and read it. It's almost like a self-hate for my past self even though I know I wasn't as experienced then. A part of me believes … Continue reading Biggest writer worry

A creative way to get to know your characters

Vivid characters are an essential part to any story. Without strong characters, the story can seem uninteresting and fall apart. Understanding your characters is a good way to develop them. One creative way to explore your characters is to find songs that describe them. For example, I have a character named Victoria who's fighting on … Continue reading A creative way to get to know your characters