Happy four years! This last year has gone by so fast. So far, I've published 430 posts on this blog, which seems like so much. When I first started, I never expected my blog to make it this far. I also didn't expect to still be doing it for so long. I want to thank … Continue reading Happy 4-year anniversary!
I'm launching a freelance editorial service called Dragon Editing Services. This has been a work in progress. I'm glad it's finally coming together. I provide three editing services: Manuscript CritiqueCopyeditingProofreading A manuscript critique evaluates your story’s strengths and weaknesses. You will receive an editorial letter with a plan of action to bring your story to … Continue reading Introducing Dragon Editing Services
Thank you Lucy from Elsie LMC for nominating me! If you haven't already checked out her blog, you should. Her website has some wonderful posts about a little bit of everything, including poetry, recipes, reviews, and more. Rules: Provide the link to the creator’s original award post.Answer the questions provided.Create seven unique questions.Nominate ten bloggers. … Continue reading The Outstanding Blogger Award
Thank you Chocoviv for nominating me for the Blogger Recognition Award! If you haven't already checked out her blog, you should! She has tons of great book reviews, movie reviews, art inspirations, and more! I love her art inspirations. I also like her book reviews, especially since they're usually ones I haven't read yet. The … Continue reading Blogger Recognition Award
Thank you Chocoviv from Chocoviv’s Lifestyle Blog for nominating me! If you haven't already checked out her blog, you should! She has lots of great book reviews, movie reviews, art inspirations, and more! I love the art inspirations. I also like her book reviews, especially since they're usually ones I haven't read yet. The posts … Continue reading The Liebster Award
“It's easy to write / of eternal night / and to compose / flowery verses / about one's mortality / but many a poet curses / the reality / behind his poetry." Title: Light and Shade: Serious (and Not So Serious) PoemsAuthor: K. MorrisGenre: PoetryPages: 127 pagesPublication date: June 2020 K. Morris runs a blog … Continue reading Book review – Light and Shade (Spoiler Free)
I've been blogging on WordPress for three years now. It doesn't feel like it though. But after all this time, what do I think about it? Pros Blogging has pushed my creativity. I can't quite think of what blog to write sometimes. I usually write on the weekends, which are also the days I'm tired … Continue reading After three years of blogging, what do I think?
I was nominated by the lovely Jaya from Nin Chronicles. Jaya has a wonderful blog with some great poetry. Two of my recent favorites are Look and Silver Tells. If you haven't before, you should check out the blog! The Rules of this Award: Thank the person who nominated you with a link to their … Continue reading Vincent Ehindero Blogger Award!
At AWP, I ran into a lot of traditional publishing vs self-publishing. Self-publishing has some different perks and routes, especially when it comes to marketing. A few discussed their creative ways to market their book. When I say creative, I mean creative. They gave out some ideas that I had never even thought of before. … Continue reading Creative ways to promote your self-published book
Some writers have to their work completed and edited before submitting a query to an agent. But not all writers. Sound weird? There are two main genres that define how a writer publishes their work in the traditional route: non-fiction and fiction. Fiction queries are the kind of queries that everyone hears about. You finish … Continue reading What writers submit queries and when?